Wilfred Osei Kwaku has declined appointment by the Ghana Football Association to serve on its Compensation Committee.
The disqualified Ghana FA presidential aspirant was named among the three members to serve on the Ad-hoc Compensation Committee.
Other members on the committee includes Hearts of Oak’s Chief Executive Officer, Frederick Moore and Inter Allies’s Delali Senaye.
The mandate of the Ad-Hoc Compensation Committee was to device remuneration compensation for the Executive Council of the GFA regarding their meetings.
Palmer who’s competing with the GFA at FIFA’s Court of Arbitration of Sports regarding his disqualification has turned down the appointment.
The CAS ruling on his disqualification from the Ghana Football Association’s Presidential Election which was under the guidance of the then Normalization Committee is expected to be out by August 4, 2020.
Though the outcome of the case can alter things at the GFA presently, but its unclear why the owner of Tema Youth Football Club turned down the appointment.