Ghana Football Association president Kwesi Nyantakyi and vice George Afriyie will continue work together with their feud coming to an amicable resolution.
Reports in the media revealed the two most influential men in the nation in terms of football were at loggerheads after Nyantakyi, who also acts as first vice president of CAF, chanced on a text message by Afriyie describing him as ‘’greedy, wicked and selfish’’.
That was after the duo had engaged in a public spat in the United States where the Black Stars took on Mexico and USA in international friendlies(lost all matches).
A source closed to the Black Stars team in America told Asempa FM: ‘’Nyantakyi questioned George Afriyie on why he allowed Asamoah Gyan to pay for bills with his master card while George Afriyie also accused Kwesi Nyantakyi of keeping him in the dark over the arrangements of the friendlies Ghana played in the United States".
And it manifested in Accra when Nyantakyi snubbed his second in command during the launch of the WAFU Nations Cup Tournament last week in Accra.
But they are now in good terms following a closed door meeting between the duo and Sports Minister Isaac Asiamah on Tuesday. Asiamah revealed ‘’they are ready to work again" afterwards.