Sports News of Sat, 9 Jun 20180
GFA premises turns crime scene as Police investigate culprits in Anas' 'Number 12'
The Premises of the Ghana Football Association has been described as a crime scene by the Police who are currently investigating into activities of the Association and its officers following the “Number 12” expose video by Anas and Tiger Eye PI.
The Police have however urged the general public and individuals to keep off the premises of the Football Association until further notice.
All culprits found in the video which got its public viewing on Wednesday are currently under investigation.
Already Ghana Football Association President Kwesi Nyantakyi has resigned from his position, hours after he was suspended by the Federation of International Football (FIFA).
All football activities have also been put on hold until further notice to enable the criminal and investigative department of the Police to continue with their probing.
The police have also urged persons with verifiable information volunteer in helping to investigate the issues.