The Executive Council of the Ghana League Clubs Association, GHALCA is calling on its Chairman Alhaji Raji to step down whilst investigations into allegations of financial misappropriation continue.
The chairman together with a financial manager, George Amoako has been accused of borrowing $9,000 from the Ghana Football Association without the knowledge of other GHALCA members.
The two were also unable to prove what the money was used for.
The executive council has ordered an investigation into the matter, and is insisting that the chairman and financial manager should step aside to allow for due process.
A member of GHALCA, Kofi Poku exclusively told JOY Sports in an interview that they are looking forward to the resignation of their chairman soon.
“If we find out the procedures the chairman should have followed were not followed through, then he first of all must [refund] the money.”
“We have advised him to step aside while investigations continue”.
JOY Sports investigations have revealed that the GHALCA chairman pleaded with members for a one month grace period to enable them refund the money but the request was flatly turned down by the council which demanded the money to be refunded with immediate effect.
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