The much-awaited Extraordinary Congress of the Ghana Football Association to be held under the auspices of the Normalisation Committee has been postponed to Thursday, September 5.
The Congress was initially scheduled to be held on Monday, August 19 but there was ambiguity over the number of days required for such a key constitutional provision to be triggered.
“The rescheduling clears any ambiguity over interpretation of relevant provisions of the GFA Statutes by stakeholders, regarding the number of days required for Extra Ordinary Congress as well as the agenda for the Extraordinary Congress as earlier communicated,” the Committee said in a statement on Monday, August 12.
“The rescheduling also offers us the unique opportunity of welcoming to Ghana a FIFA representative as a special guest for this historic Congress.”
The Congress is expected to instill proper structures to ensure the return of football in Ghana after the exposé that led to the dissolution of the GFA.