Both immediate former and current technical heads of the Black Stars have been paid debts owed them for their services.
The amount paid him represented the three months arrears owed him during his second stint.
Appiah initially rejected the idea of being paid in Ghana Cedis, insisting he wanted in it dollars as is contract stipulated.
But after further negotiations, the former coach softened his stance and accepted to be paid the cedi equivalent to his outstanding salary of $105, 000.
The ministry also made good on its promise to pay the current Black Stars head coach, Charles Kwablan Akonnor, and his assistant, David Duncan, part of their salary arrears, with Akonnor reportedly paid GHS 593, 000 as arrears for five months.