Public Relations officer (PRO), Frederick Mensah-Davies of the National Sports Authority has revealed that one of the buses owned by the institution has been seized over failure to service its debt.
It would be recalled that the NSA had its bank account blocked, following a a court order from one of its creditors in an attempt to retrieve monies owed them over a period of three to four years.
It is also understood that the National Sports Authority (NSA) were instructed by the court to pay a compensation to the tune of $380,000 to Litina Travel and Tour. The Travel and Tour won the bid to fly Ghana's contingent for All African Games in 2015, but it was unlawfully handed to another company.
The PRO of the National Sports Authority (NSA), Frederick Mensah-Davies disclosed the seizure of the one of the institution's car to Starr FM.
“Some, since activities that took place like going on trips that we owe the travel agents have been hanging on since 2013 and unfortunately, we’ve not been able to service all those debts.
“Most of them decided to take us to court and as I speak, our account has been garnished,” she added.
“Two days ago, a court order came and one of our buses had to be taken away. A Policeman came with a bailiff and it had to be taken away,” she further revealed.