Sports News of Monday, 7 December 2015
Nana Adjei Ampofo has formally written to the Ghana FA to resign his post as chairman of the Ethics Committee.
The veteran High Court judge first attempted to effect his resignation during the ordinary session of the GFA Congress last month.
But his attempt was shot down by GFA boss Kwesi Nyantakyi who stated clearly it wasn’t the right platform as it was the Executive Committee that appointed him.
Nana Adjei Ampofo in seeing through his attempt to resign has written to the GFA’s Executive Committee to state his desire to quit his post as Ethics Committee chairman.
The former chief of Goasu is not happy with the handling of the bribery case between Techiman City FC and Wa African United which has delayed the promotion of a club from Zone 1 into the Premier League.
“It is true I have decided to no longer work in the capacity so I have written to that effect,” he told Nhyira FM.
“I have a lot of things to do so I have limited time.
“I also have some problems with some issues arising from some cases.
“The Techiman City case is one of many reasons I have decided to quit.” Nana Adjei Ampofo was handed the appointment as chairman of the Ethics Committee four years ago with the famous policeman and lawyer Kofi Boakye serving as his Vice chairman.