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Ghana FA Demands $12 Million From Gov’t For ‘Re-branding And Development’

The Ghana Football Association is demanding for a staggering $12 million from the country’s government for “re-branding and development” after Covid-19.

The FA  has sent a proposal to the Ministry of Youth and Sports requesting for a share of the Covid-19 stimulus package.

The proposed $12 million is meant for ” re-branding and development” of local football post coronavirus.

The Kurt Okraku-led GFA reiterated the fact that it has struggled to find a sponsor for the league from cooperate bodies.

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The association, also believe, there are a lot of things needed to be done in rebranding football hence the demand for the above-mentioned amount.

The Ghana Premier League is currently on suspension due to the covid-19 that fighting the world.

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