The minister of Youth and Sports, Dr Mustapha Ahmed has given Ghanaians and the general public the assurance that the Government white paper of the Justice Dzamefe Commission shall be fully implemented any time soon.
Soon after the return of the national football team, the Black Stars from their abortive 2014 World Cup campaign, President John Dramani Mahama set up the three-member commission to investigate the backroom furor that contributed to Ghana’s early exit from the show piece in Brazil. It was the Black Stars’ third appearance at the World Cup since 2006 and the first time they failed to make it past the group stages.
Ghana made the headlines the wrong way after she airlifted $3 million in cash to settle issues that many claimed brought the camp rancour which simmered into two players, Sulley Muntari and Kevin-Prince Boateng being expelled from camp over appearance fee row and other acts of insubordination.
Many Ghanaians have been expectant to see the recommendations of the 400 page document implemented as supported by the White Paper.