Ghana Sports Minister Isaac Asiamah, is expected to meet CAF President Ahmad Ahmad in Madagascar next week.
Honourable Asiamah will be meeting with the Mr. Ahmad to discus the current happenings in Ghana football and how possible it can be solved.
The Caf president Mr. Ahmad Ahmad revealed this when he was speaking to the media at the Cosafa Under-17 final in Mauritius on Sunday.
This meeting also forms part of Caf’s many reforms to combat corruption in the game and also put up the necessary measures to bring sanity into African.
“I have a meeting with Ghana’s Minister for Youth and Sports next week in Madagascar.
“He is coming to see me and we will discuss this issue and also the Ghana Football Association,” Ahmad said.
In June, former Ghana Football Association president Kwesi Nyantakyi resigned from the posts he held with Fifa and Caf after he was filmed apparently receiving $65,000 (£43,000) in cash from an undercover reporter Anas Aremeyaw Anas in his famous “Number 12” video.
This has brought a total halt to football in Ghana leaving clubs and players in limbo, but with Ghana scheduled to host the 2018 Women’s Africa Cup of Nations in November, Ahmad is expected to meet with Mr. Asiamah to discus on how best the issue can be settled so football can return.