7th February, 2017
| Updated Mar 30, 2017 at 4:00pm
Editorial of the Daily Graphic is very convinced that the Ghana National football club needs an overhaul as the present regime facilitates the lack of transparency and accountability in the administration of the game of football.
The paper is happy coach Avram Grant's contract will not be renewed when it ends.
The Graphic believes politicians are also to be blame in the decline of the Senior National team.
The paper thinks the process of constituting the Ghana Football Association, (GFA) must be looked at again because familiarity breeds contempt.
The paper is very sure any coach or football administrator who will try the blend local and foreign players will be on the road to reviving Ghana soccer.
The Ghanaian Times writes about the task force for the retrieval of government property and matters arising.
The paper believes that people should not hold on to state property unlawfully.
However the Ghanaian Times also believes it is wrong to hunt down persons with these property, using methods and strategies outside the ambit of the law.
The paper says they are happy about the composition of the Task Force, which includes; the Ghana Police Service, the Customs Division of the GRA, BNI, the DVLA and the office of the President.
Daily heritage cautions Ghanaians against politicising recent dismissal of some police recruits by the Police Service.
To the paper speculations that the new IGP, COP David Asante Appeatu masterminded the dismissal and hence politically motivated is in bad taste.
This is because the Police Service has explained that the recruits were dismissed based on forging of certificates.
The Daily Heritage believes forging of such documents is a criminal offence that calls for dismissal and onward prosecution.