Henry Asante Twum, spokesperson of the Ghana Football Association says that his outfit has requested a two-week extension from CAF to make a final decision on the 2019/20 season.
All football activities in the country including the Premier League have been suspended indefinitely due to the coronavirus outbreak.
As a result, some clubs have called for the cancellation of the current season while others have proposed football should return when its safe to do so.
Last week, the Football Association engaged the various stakeholders in a virtual meeting since the pandemic to decide on the future of the 2019/20 season.
Speaking to Asempa FM in an interview, Henry Asante Twum claimed that the GFA has given CAF an update and has requested two weeks extension to decide the future of the 2019/20 season.
“We have sent a situational report by giving CAF enough info on what is happening in Ghana”, he told Asempa FM.
“We have notified them that we cannot take a decision without adhering to the directives from government.
“We have given CAF an update and we have requested for two weeks whereby we will come up with a firm plan and decision going forward”, he added.