Reputation of the Spokesperson of the Ghana FA Normalisation Committee has been preserved after Vice President Lucy Quist withdrew and apologised for erroneously claiming the FIFA ad-hoc body is in possession of a copy of the Zylofon Cash Premier League contract.
Quist’s claim on Accra-based Joy FM directly contradicted an earlier communication by the committee’s spokesperson that the NC has no copies of the contract.
Dan Kwaku Yeboah, in charge of communications for the committee, rightly communicated that the NC has no copy of the contract which was signed between the Kwesi Nyantakyi-led Ghana Football Association and the beleaguered Zylofon Cash.
Facebook of Lucy Quist
Thank you to everyone who tuned in to hear me on the super morning show on Joy 99.7 FMI hope the discussion gave some food for thought.
There was one error in my submission that I would like to correct. I erroneously said the GFA has the Zylofon contract. The GFA does not.For this error I apologize. I hope this clarifies the matter. Thank you
The withdrawal and apology by the former Airtel Ghana Managing Director has exposed media apparatchiks of the disgraced erstwhile GFA President Nyantakyi who jumped at her blunder to lambaste the spokesperson.
Contracts signed by the defunct Ghana Football Association under Kwesi Nyantakyi was always shrouded in secrecy with the Zylofon Cash deal being the last straw.
The Normalisation Committee is expected to summon leadership of the Nyantakyi administration to produce copies of the agreement for review by the FIFA mandated body.