Sporting activities News of Thursday, 10 September 2020
Source: Pleased 98.9FM
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Dickson Kyere-Duah, the NDC Communicator for Athletics on their 2020 manifesto has stated that soccer would have been in session by now if their presidential prospect John Mahama was in electricity.
Football pursuits have been suspended in the country considering that March this year thanks to the coronavirus outbreak.
The governing administration as portion of measures to curb the spread of the coronavirus is even now nevertheless to elevate its restrictions on get hold of sports regardless of opening the other sectors of the economic climate and social existence with strict adherence to COVID-19.
According to Kwabena Kyereh, the incumbent government has shown no dedication to the enhancement of soccer in the region reason why ban on soccer is however in location.
“If it experienced been John Mahama on the seat now, we would have been participating in soccer by now. Nana Akufo-Addo and Sports Minister have demonstrated that they have no dedication for Sporting activities in the country”, he explained to Ohene-Bampoe Brenya on Delighted Athletics on Content 98.9.
He went further to say that federal government, previously unsuccessful to manage and punish culprits of the Anas exposé which was its to start with big process as it arrived into energy.
“If you could remember, when Nana came to ability the very first issue he was confronted with was the Anas exposé. We were on the lookout at irrespective of whether if authorities will persecute people who were being involved to encounter the the regulation. They were supposed to improve the FA but somewhat they select to collapse it”.
The government hopes to relieve restrictions on football in its subsequent update on steps taken to curb the unfold of the coronavirus.
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