Deputy Sports Minister Pius Enam Hadzide says he has picked vital lessons from the visa racketeering scandal that rocked Ghana’s participation at this year’s Commonwealth games that led to his suspension.
Over-seeing Ghana’s campaign at the Multi- Sport event was his major assignment since he took office as deputy Sports minister.
Pius and two other National Sports Authority officials were suspended over the deportation of fake Ghanaian journalists who traveled to Australia for the competition.
The reinstated Deputy Sports minister in an exclusive interview with Starr Sports says it has been a humbling experience.
“I didn’t even have a problem with been asked to step aside because I didn’t want it to be said that I was still in the position to affect or effect the investigations in one way or the other” he told Starr Sports .
“I was confident in one thing that any fair investigation was going to produce one result; I mean my exoneration because I knew I was innocent”.
” We’ve been through it, it’s been humbling and a lot of lessons have also been learned”.
“I mean that is life. Everybody is advising me to just take a back stage so I think it’s important that I listen”he added