By Geraldine Duodu
There is confusion in Ghana over the existence of an agency which profited from the Glo sponsorship for the Premier League.
Mid Sea Company Limited is said to have pocketed at least US$ 1 million dollars; representing 15% of the sponsorship deal signed two seasons ago.
The company was registered in August 1997 as Midsea Company Limited and later changed to Midsea Estates Limited in 2005, commenced work on 2 September of the same year.
It was engaged in the production and supply of cement blocks, sand, stones and other building materials, import and export of general goods and distribution of building materials and later expanded to general construction.
This has caused huge controversy in the country's top flight league after clubs complained of unpaid monies for the remainder of last season's share.
It is alleged that an unscrupulous person within the Ghana Football Association acted as an agent to rip off the clubs.
The media and communications of Glo Mobile Ghana, Lasisi Tayo, is quoted by the Graphic Sports as saying: "Glo does not allow third parties when dealing in corporate transactions."
Abraham Boakye, popularly known as One Man Supporter, a Globacom Ambassador for Ghana has reiterated that by saying, "I'm challenging the involvement of any agent or agency in brokering the Glo deal since Glo does not deal with third parties."
The Ghana Football Association is expected to clarify issues before the season kick-starts this weekend.