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BUILD UP TO NYANTAKYI’S ARREST AND SUPPOSED CHARGE OF 2ND FELONY

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The build up to the order given by the first gentleman of Ghana for the arrest of Mr. Kwasi Nyantakyi, President of the Ghana Football Association  as revealed by ghanamansports as follows:

The presidency and some other important people have already seen excerpts of @anasglobal’s video. Our sources indicate that the president orders the arrest of Kwesi Nyantakyi because his name was used as a buffer to negotiate for deals –

The GFA President is said to have said in the Anas GFA expose” 12: part 5….
“Ghana is the easiest place to do business,
all you have to do is to give Nana $5million and Bawumia $3million, l have the President in my pocket, l see him everyday.
“As for referees, all you need is, give them *20 cedis and girls* and they are sorted”
In Ghana if u want a major roads contracts,we just have to give the President $5 million and Vice, $3 million, Road minister $2 million”.
“Asensio will demand some cash because he will be reminding the president. I financed Nana Addo’s campaign and He offered me road minister but I rejected because of football, so I nominated my small Karbo for the deputy road minister”

Root of the Matter

Mr Nyantakyi is reported to have met some business men in Morroco to broker a sponsorship deal for the Black Stars…..he brought in the President’s name, his vice and other members of government…basically stated how much money should be given to them to influence them into getting them to hand over big deals to the business guys.

He mentioned that a deputy minister told him that certain amounts must be given to the prez, his vice and a minister..then he Kwasi be given $1m.

The businessmen were Anas and his men so all of that caught on video.

The businessmen gave appreciating him for showing up, placed in front of him $65,000…handed him a black rubber bag to pack the money into it himself.

 

Charge and Imprisonment

The President of the Ghana Football Association, Kwesi Nyantakyi could be imprisoned for up to 25 years if found guilty of defrauding by false pretenses.

This is because, the offense of defrauding by false pretenses is a 2nd degree felony which carries a sentence of at least 25 years in prison.

Mr. Nyantakyi who is the First Vice President of the Confederation of African Football is currently on assignment in Egypt and is due to return home on Wednesday and then report himself to the Office of the Criminal Investigations Department of the Ghana Police Service.

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