Accra - Ghana's sports ministry will make the Black Stars' Afcon 2015 budget a matter of public record, SuperSport reports.
The perennial tussle between fans and public officials has been ongoing, following the constant complaints of a lack of accountancy by Ghanaians.
The country took about $8 million to the last African Cup in 2013, and then had about $4 million airlifted to Brazil at the last World Cup.
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That was separate from amounts allocated for a World Cup projects committee for other functions.
With these in mind, the Ghanaian public was largely glad when reports emerged in the last few weeks that the sports ministry had rejected a budget of $9.6 million presented by the FA for this year's tournament.
Although the ministry denied these reports, the outfit did slash the bonus arrangements of the Black Stars, which was widely applauded by the public, too.
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