The GFA Ethics Committee will continue its investigations into the alleged bribery and match-fixing case between Wa African United and Techiman City FC on Friday September 11 at the GFA Secretariat in Accra.
The Committee began investigations into an alleged bribery case between the two clubs after their 22nd week match in the GN Bank Division One League at the Damongo Park.
The investigation process was initiated after Wa African United petitioned the GFA with allegations of bribery against the CEO of Techiman City FC.
Both parties in the case appeared before the Ethics Committee at its last two meetings at the Ashanti Regional headquarters in Kumasi with their respective witnesses.
The CEO of Techiman City, Mr. Charles Kwadwo Ntim has therefore been invited to appear at Friday’s meeting with a legal representative and his Team Masseur (Mr. Yaw Adamu Acheampong) as stated in the team sheet of the said match between the two sides.
Nana Gyamerah Kwabena Yiakwan II, CEO of Wa African United has also been invited to appear before the Committee with all relevant supporting evidence that will enable the Committee ascertain the truthfulness or otherwise of the allegation of bribery and match-fixing.
Police Ladies forward Jane Ayieyam has also been invited to assist the Committee in its investigation into an alleged comment she made against the referees after the match between Hasaacas Ladies and Police Ladies during the 7th week in the 2015 Women League.
The Ethics Committee will commence its meeting at 3:00PM on Friday.