Former Ghana FA head Kwesi Nyantakyi denies accepting cash gift

Nyantakyi Fires Back  Kwesi Nyantakyi, the former boss of Ghana football Association (GFA) and the second most influential person in the African football has denied accepting any cash gift and has termed the recently released documentary video in that regard as a lie. He was seen accepting $65,000 cash from an undercover reporter in the concerned sting operation. Mr Nyantakyi is of the opinion that the footage is doctored and has dismissed it as nothing but a shoddy work involving simple cut-and-paste. He has also emphasised that the audio snippets in the video have been deliberately inserted and rearranged with the purpose of falsely incriminating him. Many » Read More

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