A leading member of the ruling NDC government has asked some members of the party seeking the head of Ghana FA boss Kwesi Nyantakyi to stay away from matter of the football federation.
Yaw Boateng-Gyan, National Organizer of the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC), says such acts will paint their party in a bad light given what the young lawyer has achieved for Ghana football.
Since the Black Stars bombed out of the World Cup at the group stage in Brazil some leading members of the NDC have been calling for the head of the GFA saying they will take over the administration of the game.
Leading members of the party Ade Coker and Harry Zakkour have all stated that they are keen on taking over the federation while Allotey Jacobs and Anita de Souza all memers of the party have joined in the fray.
But Boateng-Gyan, who is a member of the Black Stars management committee, says he has warned those of party members seeking to disrupt Nyantakyi's reign as Ghana FA chief.
â€˜â€™Iâ€™m not happy with the position of some of our members on Nyantakyi," said Boateng-Gyan, who leads the organisation of plans for the ruling NDC party.
â€œI have warned them to stay away from the activities of the GFA and change their attitude towards the affable young man.
â€˜Iâ€™m surprise at the way they are behaving but nothing will work out. What has Nyantakyi done wrong to deserve this? These acts must stop.â€
FIFA is already monitoring reports out of Ghana that government is seeking to interfere with the administration of football.