The Ghana FA has passed its Code of Ethics bill on the second day of Congress.
The new bill is aimed at regulating the conducts of all members of the association.
The approved bill requires all members to uphold all rules and regulations of the association.
After intensive deliberations of the bill at Congress, delegates unanimously voted for it to be passed.
This means the new law has henceforth been activated and is binding on all members of the association including the President.
Ghana FA boss Kwasi Nyantakyi adviced all members to read and understand the new law thoroughly to avoid any future breach of it.
Punishment to be preferred upon a breach of the Code of Ethics include fines and suspension.
The 14th Ordinary session of the Ghana FA Congress is in its second and final day at the Ghanaman Soccer School of Excellence in Prampram.