The Finance Committee of the Volta Regional Football Association [VRFA], on Thursday, June 4, 2020, held its maiden in Ho.

The Committee, which was set up in March, had to postpone their activities because of the COVID-19 pandemic. They took the opportunity to familiarize with each other and also touched on their responsibilities and financial areas that need improvement.

Regional Chairman, Mr. Daniel Agbogah, who was in attendance tasked the committee to work with the regional secretary to develop the financial structure for the consideration of the Executive Council.

“It is important to prioritize our activities to avoid mismanagement of funds and have value for money in our dispensations. Proper record-keeping and accountability is a benchmark of a meaningful institution,” Mr. Agbogah told the VRFA media team.

“This will ensure good corporate image for the RFA to attract investors and sponsors so as to reposition Volta FA on the Football map of Ghana,” he added.

The Chairman used the opportunity to assure the Committee of the Executive Council’s commitment to ensure the implementation of their recommendations by the Regional Football Association.

He further said though the FA does not have adequate resources, with good administrative management practices, the regional FA will improve in leaps and bounce.

The Chairman of the Committee, Mr. Mark Coffie gave assurances of their commitment to ensuring the RFA runs effectively on the current financial principles and practices.

In attendance were the Chairman of the Finance Committee Mark Coffie, Vice- Owusu Paintsil, Eric Yorgbe, Albert Badohu, Promise Ahiagba – secretary RFA and Daniel Agbogah – RFA Chairman.

Source: GFA