The Ghana Football Association (GFA), has confirmed that the 2022/23 Betpawa Premier League will resume this weekend.
This comes after the Human Rights Court on Tuesday, October 25, 2022, dismissed AshantiGold’s court injunction application placed on the league.
This was announced in a statement by the Ghana Football Association.
The High Court presided over by HerLordship Barbara Tetteh Charwayin in her ruling said on the balance of hardship, the Ghana Football Association was going to suffer more than the club AshantiGold.
On that counts, the GFA then requested that the court for GHS 300,000 in damages for the 21-day suspension of the league.
Meanwhile, the legal team of AshantiGold pleaded to the court that they could afford to pay GHS 20,000, which was granted by the judge.
The Executive Council of the GFA announcing the decision to resume the league said the “betpawa premier league should resume this weekend.”
“The Executive Council in their meeting after the court decision were of the view that betpawa premier league resumes immediately to avert further loss to stakeholders,” the notice contains.
It added it has it communicated the decision to all the team’s partaking in the league.
Following this, the league which enters week five will resume across all nine league centres.