The director General of the Ghana Health Service, Dr. Anthony Nsiah Asare has disclosed that Ghana Football Association did not consult them before agreeing to allow fans to match Venues.
Ghana Football Association has recind it's earlier decision to allow fans to the stadium as the league resume on Friday, April, 2, 2021
In an exclusive interview with Kumasi 104.1 FM, Dr. Nsiah Asare said there are measures in place to prevent the raise of Covid-19 in the Easter Festivities.
"Yes, we met them today, the FA however revealed it's reasons to admit spectators at the stadia. If you will recall, Government approved 25% attendance at various league centres but in the course of the season, most protocols were abused, therefore the FA reverted it's earlier decision and decided to put up some measures." Dr. Nsiah Asare
"However, we heard it in the media that, fans will be attending the stadia come this weekend, so we called them (FA) into a meeting." he added
"The Covid-19 pandemic has reduced a little bit for the country, we don't want what we experienced in the Christmas time repeat itself especially when Easter is getting closer."
"We are now monitoring the FA's proposal to admit fans to see that those protocols are in the right direction.
"So we unanimously agreed to postpone fans attendance this week. Again, we have proposed to them to sell advance tickets. We don't want situations that, fans will not adhere to the various protocols and later banned them again." He concluded.