Bankroller of Tema Youth Football Club, Osei Kwaku Palmer has responded to the decision of the Vetting Committee seeking to disqualify him from contesting for the position of the President in the upcoming Ghana Football Association elections.
The beleaguered football administrator whiles vowing to contest the decision at the appeals level has also urged his loved ones to stay calm as he seek redress.
Below is the full statement issued by Mr. Osei Kwaku Palmer on Friday, October 04:
I have received a decision from the Normalisation Committee acting as the Elections Committee with regards to my decision to contest as GFA President.
The decision read in part that my application to contest as President of the GFA was unsuccessful because of the following reasons:
1. Breach of Article 33 [c] of the GFA General Regulations
2. Decision of the Ethics Committee dated the 13th December, 2017.
First of all, I wish to thank the Vetting Committee and the Normalisation Committee for the work done so far and to tell all my loved ones to keep calm.
I shall in the coming days file an appeal concerning the decision. To the best of my knowledge, I Wilfried Osei Kwaku did not commit any of the infractions stated above.
The Vetting Committee has given Mr. Osei kwaku Palmer the window to appeal on or before, Tuesday, 08 October, 2019.