Palmer, who is awaiting a landmark verdict from the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) over his disqualification from the 2019 Ghana FA presidential race, is part of a three-member committee set to advice the FA on the remuneration of members of the Executive Council.
Hearts of Oak chief executive Frederick Moore will chair the three-member committee that also include Inter Allies vice-president Eric Delali Senaye.
Article 42(2) of the GFA Statutes provides that “the remuneration of members of the Executive Council shall be proposed by an ad-hoc compensation committee and approved by Congress.”
The mandate of the Committee, as provided under Article 42(2) of the GFA Statutes 2019, is to propose to the GFA Congress the remuneration of members of the Executive Council.
The Committee is expected to submit its work in time to form part of the Congress documents that will be sent to members of Congress as the formal convocation of Congress under Article 31(3) of the GFA Statutes 2019.
Currently, the GFA has been using the sitting allowance approved by the previous Executive Committee before the coming into office of the Normalization Committee.