Former Ghana international Charles Taylor branded Executive Committee Member of the Ghana Football Association Kojo Yanka, as a ‘Joker’ for mingling Football in the country with politics.
Taylor believes the Western Regional FA chairman’s recent commentary on radio isn’t healthy especially at a time when the country seeks for massive reforms at the Ghana Football Association after the Anas #12 documentary which has seen the Zylofon Cash Premier League halted.
Yankah, who has been a staunch supporter of former Ghana FA chief Kwesi Nyantakyi on Monday stated in an Interview that Government won’t dissolve the nation’s football governing body once all NDC ,members peacefully quit their roles at the FA.
He said “The government will not dissolve the GFA if members resign because they want all the NDC members out of the FA, I am an NDC member and stopped active politics because the NPP destroyed my businesses in 2000”
“The government is setting a bad precedent and if care is not taken, another government when voted into power will follow suit”.
However, Charles Tarylor thinks otherwise and therefore wants Mr. Yanka to desist from making such unhealthy comments.
“A person like Kojo Yanka needs not to be taken serious. I do not see any sense in what he says, he only spit jokes and ‘concert’. He told Kumasi 104.1 FM.
”These are the people who have destroyed our game. Why didn’t he stay in Ghana than living in the USA and be pouring only negative thoughts in Ghana’’.
”With his assertion it means footballers need to reveal their political affiliations before earning a call up to the national team. I’m entreating the media to stop interviewing him. Such people are only interested in throwing dust in the eyes of the masses.”