Ghana Football Association President Kurt Okraku has revealed details about his relationship with Techiman XI Wonders CEO Albert Commey.
Okraku, together with some Executive Council members, have embarked on a tour in the Northern sector in a bid to foster peace within the zone among Division One League clubs.
Clubs in Techiman have been left livid with a recent ban on the Techiman Ohene Ameyaw Park meaning both XI Wonders and Techiman City FC must honour their home games in the Division One League and the Premier League in different venues.
In addressing the concerns of stakeholders in Techiman over the stadium ban he revealed that he is playing no favouritism cards and cited the example of Albert Commey whose club has been banned as well.
“Do you know the relationship between Commey and myself? You never know but let me tell you. It was Commey who took care of me during my school days as a young boy but even his club has suffered the punishment,” he revealed.
“The ban is justifiable because what is wrong is wrong and must not be tolerated,” he added.
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