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04.12.2009 Sports News

Trouble hits Ghanaian delegation in Cape Town for 2010 draw

By Joy Sports/Myjoyonline
Kwesi Nyantakyi, GFA PresidentKwesi Nyantakyi, GFA President
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Ernest Koranteng reports© Copyright myjoyonline

Some government officials who are in Cape Town, South Africa, for the World Cup draw may be unable to enter the venue this evening because they do not have accreditation.

They include businessman and former football administrator Kojo Bonsu, National Sports Council CEO Worlanyo Agrah and a member of the Parliamentary Select Committee on Sports.

However, Sports Minister Rashid Pelpuo, FA President Kwesi Nyantakyi, his vice Fred Pappoe, and spokesperson Randy Abbey have secured their accreditation for the event.

This latest development comes in the wake of reported tension between some government officials and the FA.

It is reportedly fuelled by corruption allegations leveled against the FA by Kojo Bonsu.

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