Herbert Mensah has slammed the president of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) for accusing the Commission of Inquiry of Witch hunting.
Kwesi Nyantakyi, who wasn’t pleased with the report of the Commission of Inquiry into matters relating to the Black Stars World Cup participation in 2014 in Brazil accused them of witch hunting.
However, Herbert Mensah thinks Nyantakyi should either change his ways of doing things as the GFA boss or quit, because he wasn’t targeted by the Commission as he claims.
“People are going to take shots at you all the time, if you don’t want people taking shots at you, you have two options you get out of the seat or you change,” he told Kasapa FM.
“I don’t think Kwesi should go further in terms of what is happening at the Commission. He should be happy it is not a proper witch hunting after him or his colleagues.
“I don’t think we have matured yet in terms of football administration and control beyond CAF and FIFA. We all know what is happening in CAF and FIFA now, you see the American government has taken control and show money laundering and racketeering to bring down what the world has known to be a corrupt control of global football.