Ghanaian Police have declared the premises and offices of the football association in Accra a crime scene following a recent investigative documentary which revealed several underhand deals by some top officials of the body.
President of the Ghana Football Association Kwesi Nyantakyi has been banned from all football-related activities for 90 days by an independent Ethics Committee of FIFA following the airing of investigations from Anas Aremeyaw Anas.
It added that "I hereby apologise unreservedly to the father of the nation, H.E. Nana Akufo-Addo, H.E. the Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, Hon. ministers and deputy ministers of state for indiscretion in associating them with the private conversations on the video".
According to a press release from the world football governing body on Friday, Nyantakyi's ban bars him from all football-related activities at both national and worldwide level.
"I wish to clarify that at no time prior to or subsequent to any deliberations on the video did I consult, contact or inform any government official about discussions on the video".
The two-hour documentary, "When Greed and Corruption Become the Norm", is the work of undercover journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas and Wednesday's public viewing was the first since it was released to the authorities last month.
The Ghanaian government has begun a process to dissolve the national soccer body, Information Minister Mustapha Abdul-Hamid said on Thursday.
He said the government would soon announce provisional measures to govern football activities until a new association could be formed.
Asiamah said the decision had been a hard one to take, and is aware that it is likely to trigger some sort of action from world football's governing body FIFA, who strictly forbid the interference of government in the national federations. They will also drop out of the U20 World Cup.
Ghana missed out on the World Cup which starts in Russian Federation on June 14.