The High Court has appointed the Registrar of Companies as the official liquidator of the Ghana Football Association [GFA].
The court decided after it granted an injunction application by Attorney General to restrain the GFA and all it assigns from carrying out any official work.
The decision of the court means the registrar of companies, Jemima Oware, will manage all the assets of GFA until the hearing of the substantive petition for liquidation.
In his ruling, the judge, Justice Samuel Kwame Asiedu said he had no contentions with the issues raised by the AG.
This AG filed a new application for an injunction and a taking over of the assets of the GFA after the expiration of the 10-day injunction granted by the same court.
The government began moves to dissolve the Ghana Football Association after airing of the Anas Aremeyaw Anas “Number 12” documentary which exposed the rot in Ghana football.
However, the country’s football governing body has challenged the Attorney General’s petition at the High Court seeking for the dissolution.