The family members of the late Ghana Football Association (GFA) vice president Jordan Anagblah yesterday called on the Minister of Youth and Sports Hon Kofi Humado, to officially announce the death of their kinsman.
As custom demands, the bereaved family, led by Joseph Anagblah, spokesperson for the family, presented two bottles of schnapps to the Ministry to officially announce his death.
The Deputy Sports Minister Dr Edward Omane Boamah, who stood in for his boss, pledged the ministry‚Äôs support before, during and after the program scheduled for July 14, 15 and 16.
The president of GFA Kwesi Nyantakyi, in the company of Fred Crentsil, Executive Committee member and Emmanuel Gyimah, FA General Secretary, pointed out that the FA will take care of all financial expenses for the funeral ceremony.
Anagblah passed on exactly a week today at the Trust Hospital in Osu having been ill since February after the Nations Cup.
Until his death, he was the Chief Executive of relegated Mighty Jets, chairman of the historic 2009 U-20 World Cup winners and the chairman of the Greater Accra Regional Football Association.
He is survived by four children. He was 55.
Funeral takes place at the Accra Stadium From July 14 to 16 and burial will take place at the Osu Cemetery.
By Kofi Owusu Aduonum