Ghana Premier League: GFA Ethics Committee officially opens investigations in bribery, match fixing


The Ethics Committee of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) has opened a formal investigation into allegations of match fixing, bribery and corruption in football in the country.

The Ethics Committee has taken the decision to open the formal investigation in the wake local media reports raising questions about the sanctity of the game in the country.

The formal investigation will be swift and thorough as those in authority who have made public and private statements about the issue will be invited to assist in the investigation.

Officials who have made general and specific corruption and match fixing allegations will be invited while accused individuals will also be invited.

The media and the general public are highly encouraged to assist the Committee with valuable information even on the condition of anonymity.

The Ethics Committee is actively seeking further information as no stone would be left unturned in the investigation.

Those interested in assisting the committee with information can address it to:

The Secretary

Ethics Committee

The Ghana Football Association



or email:



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