GHALCA boss Raji involved in financial malfeasance

Sports News of Saturday, 14 March 2015


Alhaji Ali Raji

Members of the Ghana League Clubs Association have threatened chairman and treasurer of the Association to resign or face the wrath of the Association after their alleged involvement in a financial malfeasance.

Alhaji Raji who is the GHALCA Chairman and Isaac Amoako are believed to have used the Association’s name to secure a loan to the tune of $9,000 dollars from the Ghana Football Association but the duo have failed to provide the receipt and the use of the said amount.

Reports reaching say other members of GHALCA are not aware of the 9,000 dollars secured by the duo from the Ghana Football Association hence their decision to call for the resignation of the duo.

Albert Commey a member of the Ghana League Club Association and Isaac Koomson who doubles as the Vice Chairman to Alhaji Grunsah are calling for the resignation of the duo for their involvement in the financial Malfeasance.

“GHALCA is run by the executive council and not two individual persons who believe they have power over everybody.

“Members are in the dark as to why they took the money and that is why we are calling for the resignation of the two”, Isaac Koomson told in an exclusive interview.