Ghana Football Association President Kurt Okraku has reaffirmed the FA’s commitment to improving the standard of officiating across all competitions in the country.
According to the President, they had been engaging the Referees Association of Ghana (RAG) in outlining the right system of checks and balances to help enhance their capacity and also improve performance.
Okraku speaking at a press briefing said an amount of GH¢300,000.00 has been paid to RAG as first tranch of payment of debts owed the association, with regards to officiating fees.
He said the FA was fully committed to clearing all outstanding debt.
"We are almost done with our transport strategy to ensure that the lives of our referees are comfortable than they use to be.
"Soon we shall be announcing a relationship with the State Transport Corporation and they would be a key partner in ensuring that referees for the GPL, Division One and Women's Premier League have access to easy transport," he said.
He added that they were discussions with hotels as partners, to take care of the accommodation and feeding of referees during matches.
Okrraku announced that they have ordered for new communications gadgets to be used by referees in the Ghana Premier League (GPL) and would soon be available to all referees, which formed part of the grand attempt to improve officiating.