Former Executive Committee and Western Regional Football Association chairman, Kojo Yankah has suggested that Premier League and Division One League clubs must vote to decide the future of football in the country.
Following the outbreak of coronavirus, football activities have to a standstill since March 15.
This decision of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) comes after President Akufo Addo issued directives to ban all social gathering to help slow the spread of the virus.
Many have called for the cancellation of the 2019/20 football season.
However, the outspoken football administrator believes this is a decision that should be taken by the clubs and not forced on them.
“Nobody should take decisions for the First Division and Premier League clubs,” he told Asempa FM.
“These clubs should meet the FA and deliberate on whether the league should be played or cancelled. The clubs should vote and the majority should carry the vote whether we resume or cancel the league.
“But those of us who don’t play in the premier league or division one league cannot decide for them”, he concluded.
Ghana have recorded 3,091 coronavirus cases with 30 recoveries with 18 death cases.