Sports Ministry writes to IAAA over GAA London Championship expenditure

Pius Hadzide Nice Foto Ghana’s Deputy Sports Minister, Pius Enam Hadzide, says his outfit has officially written to the IAAF, requesting further explanation on some details within the Ghana Athletics Association’s report over the usage of the $84,900 budget for their London 2017 World Athletics Championship participation. The Ghana Athletics Association( GAA) had initially informed the Sports Ministry ahead of the Championship that the said amount would be used to cater for travel, accommodation, feeding and allowances for the Ghana’s 9 athletes. But an email from IAAF Communications Team member Chris Turner intercepted by Starr FM Sports states that the London 2017 Local Organizing Committee paid » Read More

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