Communications Director of the Ghana Football Association, Henry Asante Twum has shed light on the deleted tweet by the football association in the wake of the controversy surrounding the Macron deal.
The Ghana FA signed a three-year deal with Macron Ghana on July 23 2020 worth ¢1.6 million which will see the football association benefit 5000 balls per year within the stipulated time.
However, a great deal of controversy has greeted the deal over the authenticity of the company that signed the deal with the Ghana Football Association.
The GFA came under serious scrutiny for a lack of due dilligence before putting pen to paper but the said company Macron Ghana Limited have argued their case stating their originality and ability to deliver the Association with quality balls.
Reacting to a deleted post by the GFA, Henry Asante Twum, the spokesperson of the Association told Sikka FM:
“There was a mistake that’s why we [Ghana Football Association] pulled the Macron contract tweet.”
Apparently, the actual company the GFA signed the agreement with is an agency called Koreens Galaka Enterprise and not Macron Ghana Limited. Galaka will provide the GFA with Macron branded balls.