Parliament has disclosed its intention to set up a committee to investigate the alleged corruption case at the Ghana Football Association (GFA) following a video by investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas.
This was after some Members of Parliament proposed the idea.
Members of the committee will be known on Friday.
The Speaker of Parliament, Prof. Mike Oquaye said, “Parliament has the power to make laws to regulate professional, trade and business organisations… for that matter, we are entitled to look into that matter and come to a conclusion one way or the other.”
The Anas’ video dubbed ‘Number 12’ was premiered in Accra on Wednesday June 6, 2018.
Some football officials were caught in the video taking bribes to influence matches.
The FA President Akwasi Nyantakyi was also caught in the video using President Akufo-Addo’s name to dupe possible foreign investors.