Black Stars skipper, Asamoah Gyan reiterated that the 2014 Dzemefe Commission of Enquiry was not fair to him.
After the country’s abysmal performance at the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil, former President John Dramani Mahama instituted a commission to enquire what led to the country’s early exit from the World Cup after making in a huge impact in 2006 and 2010 respectively.
At the end of their findings, the Commission recommended that Gyan’s captaincy should be stripped from him but the Shanghai SIPG striker says Commission wasn’t fair to him.
“The Commission wasn’t fair to me at all. I have done my best for Ghana by creating jobs in the country,” he told Hot FM.
“In Ghana, I have employed 300 people and I pay them every month, I also pay taxes. So I’m doing my best in Ghana’s economy. I haven’t been to a leadership school but I have been doing a lot in the economy.
“When I moved from England to UAE, people said I moved because of money, when I moved to China they said the same thing. I will say the money I got is what I’m investing in the country; I have created jobs in the nation. For me the Commission has not been fair to me,” he added.