Experience football administrator, Oluboi Commodore is deeply sceptical about government’s promise that Women’s Premier League players is to receive GHc500 each for the next six (6) months, saying that politicians cannot be trusted.

According to report five hundred individuals have been earmarked as beneficiaries of government stimulus package – made up of the 30 registered players each from the 16 Women’s Premier League clubs [totaling 480] and 20 other persons in the league.

In fact, the National Sports Authority [NSA], National Employment Agency [NEA] and Youth Enterprise Agency [YEA], on Friday, June 27, 2020, signed a Memorandum of Understanding [MoU] to kick-start the programme.

But expressing his view on the subject matter via a telephone interview on Wontumi TV, the football administrator downplayed the move, citing past experience:

“I don’t believe it since it’s coming from a politician, so I will wait until the money is finally paid before I believe.”

According to Oluboi Commodore, politicians are not trustworthy people so he is careful because they could be disappointing if you take their words to be the gospel:

“Politicians cannot be trusted. We were given similar financial promise by the government after the Anas Aremeyaw Anas’ Number 12 Expose but nothing has happen up till date, hence my position.”