The Ghana Football Association has been hit with another blow after accounts of the association were frozen following the aftermath of Anas' expose.
The government of Ghana is taking all steps necessary to dissolve the Ghana Football Association including the Attorney General placing an injunction on all football activities at the Association.
The latest development was confirmed after cheques issued to officiating officials for the ongoing Zylofon cash Premier league and Division One League failed to clear due to an embargo placed on their account by the state.
Referees are worried over the development and the Referees Association of Ghana (RAG) is set to meet and deliberate on matter.
Cheques were written for matches that were officiated from match day one to match day eight. However, the Ghana Football Association has been restrained from organizing football activities after court granted government an injunction, following the Anas exposé that has uncovered corruption in Ghana football with officials of the GFA and referees at the heart of the scandal.
It has been reported that government is taking steps to replace the Ghana Football Association (GFA) with Ghana Football Federation (GFF).
Nyantakyi is currently serving 90 days ban by FIFA for being at the centre of the corruption scandal that has rocked the GFA.