"GFA has undermined its existence and therefore in the interest of protecting the national interests, we say the attorney general owes the duty to take urgent measures to stop this," Akuffo said in the country's capital of Accra.
"The GFA has now become an instrument for self-aggrandisement by people who run it to make themselves rich." In an explosive documentary aired last week, a Ghanaian investigative journalist used a hidden camera to allegedly capture federation officials and referees soliciting bribes worth millions of dollars.
After the release of the film, Ghana government announced it wanted to "take immediate action" to dissolve the GFA.
In the documentary aired last Wednesday, Nyantakyi was accused of requesting $11 million from reporters posing as investors to secure government contracts.
Ghana's senior men's team, the Black Stars, failed to qualify.
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