Ghana Football Association (GFA) President is unhappy former Black Stars coach Kwesi Appiah went public with his outstanding salary grievances.
Appiah is owed three months of salary and other bonuses, which he went public about.
But that decision has upset the Ministry of Youth and Sports, whose officials have in turn questioned his credentials on the job.
And now GFA president Kurt Okraku says it is unfortunate Kwesi Appiah went public with the matter.
“Everybody knows, Kwesi Appiah knows the processes that are involved,” Okraku told Ghanaweb.
“He knows the GFA engaged him but we are not responsible for paying his salaries. The Ministry of Youth and Sports pays the salaries of our national team coaches, and they do it via the sponsorship from GNPC.
“There are processes that one has to go through; at times it does end quickly, at times it does delay but it’s unfortunate that he went public,” the GFA president added.