Controversial Ghanaian midfielder Sulley Ali Muntari has snubbed the country's Presidential Commission of Inquiry investigating the abortive Brazil 2014 World Cup campaign. Muntari who was invited to appear via Skype told the commission he has no idea of how to use the application.
The AC Millan midfielder was in the thick of the news during the Mundial for allegedly slapping a management member of the Black Stars and starting a rumpus which many believe eventually led to the Stars' unceremonious exit from the tournament. He was eventually suspended from camp but was invited by the special commission set up by President John Mahama to probe the events leading to the disastrous exit.
Reports say the 3-man commission has decided to ignore Muntari and go ahead with its recommendations based on the evidence available from other management and playing staff interviewed by them.
The commission chaired by Justice Senyo Dzamefe had asked Muntari to make himself available via Skype to offer his version of events as they happened in Brazil, especially the altercation between him and Black Stars Management Committee member, Moses Armah, in Brazil.
Other foreign-based players like Michael Essien had earlier appeared before the commission on Skype. Some other players and management staff including GFA boss Kwesi Nyantakyi had also appeared in person.
According to Thomas Boakye-Agyemang, Media Officer of the commission, a total of 85 witnesses have been interviewed during the 3-month sitting and a comprehensive report will soon be released.