By Ameenu Shardow
Chief Executive of Ebusua Dwarfs Nana Aidoo says his team will not honour the weekend’s Premier League game with Asante Kotoko.
Dwarfs have been banned from their home grounds in Cape Coast following attacks on referee Kojo Kyeremanteng in their week 19 defeat to Aduana Stars.
They have thus been ordered by the Ghana FA to play their home games at the Sunyani Coronation Park until a final verdict is arrived at by the Disciplinary Committee.
But the Dwarfs CEO insist he is not prepared to foot the bills of playing home away from home until a conclusive decision is reached at the DC.
“How my team was banned from our home grounds before the matter is even heard at the DC beats my imagination,” he told Accra-based Asempa FM.
“What I am certain of is that I am not prepared to dish out money for fuel or hotel bills to play in Sunyani.”
Adu also adds he will not honour an invitation to the Ethics Committee for comments made after the attacks in Cape Coast because people in high offices have made even worse utterances and are yet to be hauled before the committee.
“I will not be making any appearance at the Ethics Committee.
“The Ghana FA president and his vice have made worst comments but have not been invited.
“Why then call me? This is clearly selective justice and I will certainly not be part of it.”