Former coach of the Black Stars James Kwesi Appiah and leading members of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) are expected to take their turn at the Justice Senyo Dzamefe Presidential Commission of Inquiry from Tuesday, September 23.
Information gathered by sportscrusader.com reveals that, the former coach and members of the GFA have been served invitation letters as at the close of work on Friday, September 19.
The head coach and members of the GFA are expected to answer questions on the participation of the Black Stars in Brasil 2014 and other related issues.
Issues that bothers on player discipline, boycott of training sessions, appearance fees are expected to dominate proceedings at the sitting.
According to the information, the GFA president is also expected to make an appearance at the commission to present their side of the story.
The presence of the former Black Stars coach and officials of the GFA is expected to represent the climax of the commission’s work as almost all the major parties apart from the football controlling bodies have made an appearance.
However, it is expected to be one of the longest so far taking into consideration the series of information gathered so far.
The Commission has so far questioned the ex-minister of Youth and Sports, Elvis Afriyie-Ankrah, members of the Planning Committee, Supporters group and other constituent bodies.