Alhaji Karim Grusah has pledged to eradicate corruption from Ghana Football if voted as the Ghana Football Association president.
The astute football administrator has declared his intention to contest for the Ghana FA top seat in a bid to succeed Kwesi Nyantakyi who held the position for almost 13 years.
The seat has become vacant since Mr Nyantakyi’s resignation. However, the likes of former GFA veep, George Afriyie, MTN FA Cup chairman, Kurt Okraku, Tema Youth owner and former Black Stars management committee chairman, Wilfred Osei Palmer, Phar Ranger’s bankroller, Nana Yaw Amposnsah have all declared their intention to replace Kwesi Nyantakyi.
However, the King Faisal owner is undeterred and has more evangelical about his message of reviving Ghana Football and stamp out corruption from the game.
“I have so many things to bring on board when I am elected as the FA president,” he told Agyenkwa FM in Kumasi.
“I will change a whole lot of things. The Status and Congress will be consulted. I will call for Congress and also consult the Executive Committee to deliberate on issues.”
“I will help to do away with corruption in Ghana Football. We don’t adhere to the principles of football.”
“I have so many plans to bring on board. I will help to develop our colts football and also develop the academies.”
“I will do well to change Ghana league for it to become more attractive.”
“I will also bring a lot of enthusiasm in football. I will also tap into the expertise of astute football personalities like Kwabena Yeboah and Dr Kwame Bash Nyarko to help my administration.”
“In the nutshell, I will stand for the truth if I am given the nod as the GFA President,” he ended.
The Normalization Committee who were brought into office after the premiering of the Anas Aremeyaw Anas ‘Number 12’ video has been tasked to cleanse football before a new president is elected.
The mandate of the committee will end on March 31, 2019.