The vice chairman of the Ghana Football Association’s Normalisation Committee, Madam Lucy Quist has resigned from her post as a member of the committee.
The former Chief Executive Officer of the then Airtel announced her resignation in a post on her facebook page on Friday.
The reason given for her resignation was not clearly outlined. Instead, she just stated she is leaving for “personal reasons.”
In her post, she most importantly acknowledged the works of the Normalisation Committee and wished them well as they seek to bring normalcy back into Ghana football.
“I would like to express my profound gratitude to my colleagues on the Normalisation Committee, FIFA, the State and people of Ghana for the opportunity to serve in the capacity of the Vice President of the NC for the last 8 months since inauguration in September 2018,” Ms Quist wrote on Friday.
“For personal reasons, it is now time for me to leave the committee.”,she added.
She also sent out a rallying cry to all stakeholders in a bid to end their little disputes with the committee and come together to make the world of the committee easier.
“I pray that all stakeholders will put their differences aside and focus on achieving the greater vision of football that not only produces great players for Ghana but by extension makes a positive impact on our economic fortunes,” she added.
Madam Lucy Quist and 3 others started work in the normalisation committee in September 2018 after the aftermath of the infamous Number 12 documentary led to the exodus of many football officials including former GFA president, Kwesi Nyantakyi, who is currently serving a lifetime ban from Football.
She becomes the second member to leave the committee after ex Black Stars player Sammy Kuffuor replaced Lawyer Duah Adonten on the committee.
It is unclear what her next move will be for the former Airtel Boss who recently launched her book, “The Bold new normal”.