Former Black Stars coach, Kwasi Appiah, is set to appear before the Justice Dzamefe Commission on Thursday as the next witness.
This was confirmed by the three-man commission led by Justice Senyo Dzamefe after last Thursday’s sitting which saw two members of the Public Interest Committee (PIC), Prof Aloysius Denkabe and Geofrey Oteng-Arthur, and Abraham Boakye (One Man Supporter) testifying.
The endorsement of Kwasi Appiah’s appearance followed the receipt of his dismissal letter this week.
Coach Appiah paid a visit to the commission last Monday at the invitation of the commissioners, and was engaged in an in-camera session, setting the stage for his much-anticipated public evidence.
The soft-spoken Appiah was written to by the commission to assist them in their work following the termination of his two-year contract as the head coach of the Black Stars by the Ghana Football Association over a week ago.
As the man who was at the the centre of the whole drama in Brazil, it is obvious the former Stars coach might have a lot to tell the commission as to what really transpired, now that he is no longer in charge of the team.
It will also be a fine opportunity to tell Ghanaians the whole story about the controversial appearance fees, his altercation with Kevin-Prince Boateng, player indiscipline in camp and the circumstances that led to the suspension of Sulley Muntari and Boateng in Brazil, among others.