Ghana’s sports minister, Isaac Kwame Asiamah will travel to Zurich to meet with FIFA to discuss the recent development in Ghanaian football, and the possible sanction which may be taken against Ghana following the court order to dissolved GFA after Anas Tiger eye PI corruption exposé.

It is expected also that Asiamah will explain to FIFA why govt has taken the decision to form its interim committee to run football in Ghana.

Sources inside revealed to that “Fifa is insisting that they will meet govt delegation only with GFA reps as Fifa strictly forbids govt interference in sport."

We gathered that the Lawmaker has accepted to travel to Zurich with GFA officials to try to explain to FIFA the current developments in Ghanaian football.

Sources say the Ghanaian delegation to FIFA will include the five member interim committee and and three members of a now defunct Ghana FA EXCO.

Ghana faces the risk of a FIFA sanction after corruption scandal erupted the football Association with the ex-GFA capo Kwesi Nyantakyi facing 90-days FIFA banned.

By: Sadat Apusi