Former chief executive officer of Hearts of Oak donates to Accra regional FA Featured

15 Jun 2019
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Ghana's football nearly came to a halt after an exposé by famous international investigative journalist Anas took the football world by storm.

This led to the lost of interest in the sport and an unexpected break in football activities in the country as it came out leaders of the sport were involved in corrupt practices.

A normalization committee was set up afterwards by FIFA to keep the interest of football lovers in Ghana and beyond.

Meanwhile, some prolific figures in the country including politicians have also gotten involved in speeding up the process.

Amongst these people is the former chief executive officer for the continental club Accra hearts of oak and deputy minister of communications who also doubles as a member of Parliament for la Dadekotopon.

Hon. Vincent Sowah Odotei has donated a printer to the Greater Accra Regional football Association as part of the process of promoting football in the region.

This he said, would help the regional office with administrative works and efficiency in dealing with the local clubs within the regional catchment area.

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