BFA book audit


Added 26 October 2012


It is no longer business as usual at the Barbados Football Association’s (BFA) office in Richmond, Welches, St Michael. There is now a qualified accountant on board. Following the election of BICO sales manager Randy Harris as BFA president last month to succeed the long-serving Ronald Jones, who did not seek re-election, an accountant has been hired on a temporary basis to carry out an internal audit of the books of the 102-year-old body. When contacted earlier this week, Harris confirmed that a female accountant was doing work on the BFA’s behalf, but declined to go into details. (EZS)


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