GHALCA chairman Kudjo Fianoo has called on the Ghanaian media to desist from granting audience to football personality Kofi Manu.
According to the ace football administrator, Manu popularly known as Blue Boy does not deserve to be given a chance to share his opinions concerning matters of Ghana football presently because he has a dented image.
Speaking to Dailymailgh.com, the GHALCA chairman said: “I don’t think any serious media house or media personnel would give ‘Blue Boy’ a chance to speak about our football because he is corrupt and doesn’t have the moral right to talk negatively about any football officials in the country.”
Fianoo added: “I don’t see why he ‘Blue Boy’ would have the impetus to speak ill about me or any credible football official because we were all in this country when he was caught on camera engaging in a corrupt act by Anas in the Number 12 exposé”.
“It is very unfortunate that someone like him is asking for my impeachment, but I can tell you that he is just spewing gibberish and no one should take him serious because he has soiled his little reputation he had with his involvement in the bad practices that was exposed by Anas and his team,” Fianoo insisted.
“I don’t want to waste my precious time on such a person because he doesn’t deserve my attention and the popularity he’s looking for after he was disgraced in the Anas exposé and I would like to advice any serious media house to not associate themselves with such people,” Fianoo stressed.
By Delrand Ansah Mensah Whyte (SKIPPER), Daily Mail GH