The much publicized Ghana FA elections is unlikely not to happen after a fresh interlocutory injunction hit the federation throwing the entire process into serious doubt.
A third division club in Tema served the Normalisation Committee on Tuesday claiming the entire process must be stopped until the court hears the full case.
Moses Dahama, owner of Africa XI Football Club of Tema, is asking a Tema High court to compel the GFA to clearly state which regulations used to disqualify Osei from the presidential race.
He has also asked the Tema High Court to stop all officials from doing anything in relation to the elections until all issues are sorted out and in addition, he wants the court to re-instate Osei into the presidential race.
The said injunction affects the FA’s Regional and Presidential which will take place on the 18th and 25th of October respectively.
The court will give a determination on the injunction on October 24 which is one day to the Presidential elections.
Wilfred Osei Kwaku, nicknamed “Palmer’ was disqualified from the presidential race due to breaches of Article 33(5)(c) of the Ghana General Regulations, and the decision of the then Ethics Committee of the Ghana FA on December 13, 2017.
The former Executive member of the Ghana Football Association has vowed to fight the case to its logical conclusion, kick-starting the process to get justice.
He has hired top Ghanaian lawyer Thaddeus Sory to lead the charge as he battles his disqualification from the race.