Prosper Harrison Addo

The Ghana Football Association (GFA) intends to use its laws to combat match-fixing in the country.

According to GFA General Secretary, Prosper Harrison Addo, the results will show Ghanaians that the association is taking steps to crack down on match-fixing by the end of the season.

“At the end of the season, Ghanaians will see a result [ punishment for match-fixing culprits], and let nobody lie that Ghana doesn’t have laws to deal with match manipulators. We won’t allow people to destroy our game, a day of reckoning is coming,” the Ghana FA General Secretary told Angel TV in an interview.

In the last stages of the Ghana Premier League season, suspicions of match-fixing and betting have surfaced.

Some referees, players, and club officials are said to be involved in the scandals, although no proof has been given.

It has now been revealed that the GFA is on top of the situation and is ready to bite in order for violators to experience the full weight of the law.