Ghana’s President John Mahama will receive the dreaded report from the 2014 World Cup Commission on Monday afternoon, GHANAsoccernet.com can confirm.
The report from the three-member commission has been ready since the completion of its work in December 2014.
The Presidency had however been unable to secure s suitable date for the President to take delivery of the report which will now be presented at 2pm local time at the Flag Staff House in Accra.
The report is expected to also contain recommendations on how better to manage the various national teams especially the Black Stars.
The report also according to sources will contain recommendations on the retrieval of some monies paid to undeserving firms and persons during Ghana’s disastrous campaign at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
The report will be studied by the Presidency and other governmental quarters including the Attorney General’s office before an implementation schedule popularly known as the ‘White Paper’ will be issued.
The three-member commission chaired by Appeal’s Court judge Justice Senyo Dzamefe was set up to gather facts about Ghana’s disastrous showing at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
Their scope of work however touched on happenings wthin the various other national teams and also other sporting activities aside football.
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