Frederick Agbesi Nutsu, Camp Commandant of the Ghana Village in Brazil during the 2014 World Cup has called for the disbandment of the various supporter unions in the country.
According to Nutsu, all the splinter groups must be disbanded and re-organised under one umbrella to ensure effective organisation.
Testifying before the Justice Senyo Dzamefe Commission on Monday, Nutsu said organising the supporters under one umbrella will help in developing appropriate budget for their organisation.
This he said will help in strategizing fund raising strategies to help in organising them for international competitions.
He however disagreed with assertions that, supporters should not be organised for competitions adding, they are very important to the progress of the team.
He said there must be efforts to distinguish between holiday makers and supporters since, most of the challenges encountered in Brasil were from holiday makers who found their way into the camp due to protocol arrangements.
Nutsu, however denied allegations that he received per diem worth $25,000 during his stay at Brazil, saying “if I had received such an amount of money, my life style will change”.
“My Lord, I did not receive anything for the work I did in Brazil. It was a sacrificial job for mother Ghana. I had free accommodation, food and travelled to Brazil for free.
“That was enough for me since it has boosted my credentials because I went there to work for mother Ghana.
“My Lord $25, 000 will do a lot of things in my life. If I had that money I will not be like this.” Nutsu told the commission.