We need GH ₵ 7.2m for our 6-month mandate-The Normalization Committee speaks to Gov's
The Committee for Normalization has asked the Government of Ghana $ 7.2 million ($ 1.5 million) of GHH to allow them to fulfill their mandate.
This was revealed by the Committee Chairman Dr Kofi Amoah on Tuesday, October 6, 2018 at a meeting with the Parliamentary Election Committee for Youth and Sports.
Among the planned plans of the Committee is to manage a local league, which has been interrupted for almost six months.
Among the planned plans is that the mentioned amount is covered by various national teams.
The committee did not announce the anticipated budget for the Black Queen for the upcoming African Women's National Cup in 2018.
Moreover, Black Boys are currently in Brazil and are preparing for the World Cup in U17. The tournament will be held in Uruguay next week.
The senior national team, Black Stars, should play Ethiopia on November 18 in Addis Ababa. This will be a qualification for the Cup of Nations in 2019.
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The normalization committee will also review the GFA statutes to ensure compliance with FIFA and CAF requirements, in particular Art. 15 of the FIFA Statute and when the GFA Statutes satisfies the requirements of FIFA and CAF, organize and conduct the election of the GFA Executive Board based on the revised GFA Statutes.
The indicated period of time during which the normalization commission performs its functions shall expire when all the above tasks have been duly fulfilled, but no later than March 31, 2019.
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