The Chairman of the Ghana League Clubs Association (GHALCA) Cudjoe Fianoo is hopeful of positive feedback from government on a stimulus package after fruitful discussion.
GHALCA last month teamed up with the Ghana Football Association and met the Ministry of Youth and Sports to discuss ways they could render support to the football fraternity.
The meeting was attended by the Ghana FA president Kurt Okraku, some members of the Executive Council, GHALCA Chairman Kudjoe Fianoo and some executives and was chaired by the Sports Minister Isaac Asiamah.
According to the former AshantiGold Chief Executive Officer, Cudjoe Fianoo they are positive of getting a favourable response from their engagement with the sports ministry.
“Things are not in the hands of GHALCA as at now but with cabinet. There are a lot of issues on cabinet’s table especially the COVID-19,” he told Fox FM.
We are only praying that they listen to our appeal. I know the GFA President, has worked tirelessly on it.
Hoping our work on it will not go waste.
All football activities in the country have been suspended until further notice to help curb the spread of the COVID-19 crisis.
Ghana’s case count as at yesterday May 10 was 4700 with deaths while 494 people have recovered.
President Akufo-Addo in his address to the nation yesternight extended the ban on public gathering to May 31.