Police probe GFA Boss' claim of $8m inducement fee paid to Mahama
The Police Financial Forensic Unit is investigating allegation leveled by President of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) Kwesi Nyantakyi in a statement to the Unit in which he claimed that his foreign investor friends paid an inducement fee of $8 million to Ex President John Mahama and the NDC party.
The embattled GFA Boss is currently under investigations and has been charged with defrauding by false pretenses after he allegedly used the name of President Akufo Addo to extort monies from supposed foreign investors.
He was caught in a yet to be premiered video in an investigative piece done by renowned undercover Journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas in a case of influence peddling using the President’s name.
Kwesi Nyantakyi was arrested by the police CID when the President of Ghana filed a complaint with them that the president of Ghana Football Association, Kwesi Nyantakyi was using his name to extort money from potential investors. This was after he had watch excerpts of the Anas video.
This website’s sources at the Police Service reveal that Mr Nyantakyi made shocking disclosures in his official statement to the Police Financial Forensic Unit on 23rd May 2018.
He’s reported to have told the Police in his statement that his investor friends from the United Arab Emirates led by a man known as Sheick paid an inducement fee of $8million to ex President John Mahama and the NDC party ahead of the crucial 2016 general elections.
Ours sources said the Police is digging deep to establish how when the money was paid, how it was paid and how it was received.