The Accra High Court has postponed the hearing of the injunction application against the 2023 Ghana Football Association elections.
This was communicated during a virtual meeting on Wednesday by the parties involved.
The new date for the hearing is slated for September 19.
Until then, the election processes still remains suspended indefinitely.
King Faisal took the legal action two weeks ago, arguing that that a legitimate Congress cannot convene to elect the GFA President until the new members or representatives of the Executive Committee have been duly elected.
They believe that is in accordance with the statutes of the football governing body.
Therefore, the court should stop the GFA from holding the presidential election on September 27 until the necessary elections for representatives from the National League Clubs, Regional Football Association, and other constituent bodies have been properly carried out.
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