I heard GNPC airlifted followers to Eq. Guinea – Ayariga

Soccer Information of Wednesday, eleven February 2015

Supply: Starrfmonline.com

Blackstar Afcon Fans

Sports activities Minister Mahama Ayariga says he “heard” that the Ghana Nationwide Petroleum Company (GNPC) bore the price of airlifting Ghanaian followers to Equatorial Guinea to observe the simply-ended 2015 Africa Cup of Nations.

Starrfmonline.com’s investigations final week revealed that the Authorities of Ghana spent over six million dollars ($6million) to airlift followers to Equatorial Guinea to observe matches involving the Black Stars.

Additional investigations revealed that the Authorities spent at the least $one hundred sixty five, 000 to fly 250 followers on two chartered flights to the oil-wealthy nation to observe the Black Stars’ semi-last recreation, however it has now been revealed that authorities truly spent a million dollars every on six separate journeys for all of the six video games performed by the Black Stars on the AFCON.

Mr Ayariga final week advised Starr 103.5FM that his Ministry had no involvement in any way in flying Ghanaian followers to Equatorial Guinea to observe the senior nationwide workforce.

Chatting with Kwadwo Asare Barfour Acheampong on Asempa FM Tuesday, the previous Info minister stated he’s sure that the journey was not sponsored by the central authorities.

“I’m saying that the ministry of Youth and Sports activities had no hand within the airlifting of supporters to Equatorial Guinea. I heard that it was GNPC.

“I used to be there and all I did was to assist, and I do know that the GNPC Chief Government and employees have been there to help within the course of,” he said.