Ghanaian businessman and sports administrator, Herbert Mensah says the passing away of Jones Abu Alhassan is a big blow to Ghana’s sports fraternity.
He described late Abu Alhassan as a ‘top brain’ in the country’s game whose expertise will be missed greatly.
“I am deeply sad about the passing of a giant in a world of football. He was so focused on the sports he loved,” Mr Mensah said is video copied to Peacefmonline.com
The top Ghana football official, who is a luminary in the country's game passed away in Abidjan where he was accompanying Hasaacas Ladies to the Wafu B Champions League qualifiers.
The man, who is credited for bringing the Ghana FA President Kurt Okraku into office two years ago, passed away in Abidjan on Tuesday morning as he was part of the GFA delegation to the tournament.
He was 64 and popularly called 'Prof' or 'Accra Big Man'.
Watch below Herbert’s profound tribute
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