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I will deal with Anas – Nyantakyi speaks

Kwesi Nyantakyi, Former Ghana Football Association President Former Ghana Football Association (GFA) President, Kwesi Nyantakyi, has vowed to battle investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas at the law court following the latter’s latest undercover work dubbed ‘Number 12.’ 

The video which was premiered two weeks ago captured Nyantakyi and also revealed rot at the GFA. 

In a press statement in reaction to the investigative report by Anas and his Tiger eye PI team the former FA boss said. 

“I assure all my friends and loved ones that I am determined to deal with this matter in accordance with the law as well as the most ethical and professional standards.” 

In the statements Nyantakyi responded to all the allegations in a press statement, painstakingly explaining what he says is his side of the story in the matter that resulted in his suspension from the world football governing body, FIFA.Before concluding the release, he added that, “…there was a demand on me through a third party to p…
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This is in connection to an undertaking given by the former President of the GFA, Kwesi Nyantakyi, in November, 2017 that an incentive to the tune of GH¢20,000 will be handed to anyone who provides evidence on corruption within the Association. 

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