George Haldane-Lutterodt told a packed gathering of young athletes at his residence in Accra last Saturday that the sport is currently on life support and must be resuscitated and brought back to life.
“We are in for the good of athletics, we have been there before and we performed creditably well, we will go there again and make athletics the best”, he noted in the midst of the 14 other plaintiffs who have taken the GAA to court for various breaches.
Mr Lutterodt an economist consultant and sports philanthropist told the young athletes that their future is at stake and challenged them to entreat their coaches to make good choices.
He promised to inject capital into the sport and ensure the organisation of many circuits and major competitions in the country.
“The welfare of athletes would be my major concern and I would ensure you get the best equipment and items”, he stated.
Another plaintiff, national coach Anselym Nyavadzie told the athletes he together with some of his colleagues have been blacked out by the current GAA administration.
A female national coach, Joyce Datse was peeved with the machinations by the GAA to blacklist her from performing her duties to the country.
She stated that the current administration has made it unbearable to work effectively as an athletics coach.