Board chairman of Medeama S.C, Dr. Tony Aubynn has shared that all aspirants of the vacant Ghana Football Association (GFA) presidential seat must embrace the proposed integrity test whiles citing that it will be key to rebranding the sport in the country.
Ahead of the election period of the football community, all persons interested in the top job at the football governing body will be required to submit to a mandatory integrity test.
Whiles some have already opposed the idea, the latest aspirant, Dr. Tony Aubynn has backed the idea and has explained that it will help restore the confidence of the public as far as the running of the sport in the country is concerned.
Speaking in an interview with Angel FM on Tuesday, Dr. Aubynn noted, “If we are serious to rebrand Ghana football then we must embrace the integrity test. This is a process to restore public confidence into our game. We need persons who are transparent, incorrupt and have the fa at heart”.
The former Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana Minerals Commission is expected to face competition from top football administrators including George Afriyie, Wilfred Osei Palmer, Fred Pappoe, Kurt Okraku, and Nana Yaw Amponsah.