- A video showing a GFA official and players’ agent allegedly engaged in match fixing has appeared on the internet
- The video showed the two men briefing an undercover reporter on how to fix matches
- The video follows an order from President Akufo-Addo for the arrest of the GFA president
YEN.com.gh has sighted a new video involving two officials in the world of football engaging in what is believed to be match-fixing with an undercover reporter following the order for the arrest of Mr. Kwesi Nyantakyi.
The video captured one official of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), Mr. Obed Nketiah, Mr. Christopher Forsythe who is believed to be a FIFA registered players’ agent and an undercover investigator.
The video which is the property of The Telegraph captured the two men revealing that football referees could change the outcome of matches at any time and that it was a normal thing which was done everywhere.
They added that they could decide the outcome of the match in favor of whoever they desired to win. Mr. Christopher Forsythe is noted to have said in the video that when matches were lost, the only thing the fans could do was to eat and get drunk.
He went on to say that the effect of losing and the uproar that accompanied it lasted for only 24 hours so there was nothing to worry about.
In baiting the two officials to reveal more information, the investigator asked if there were refreees who were noted for making such results happen.
The two officials revealed that they had their own referees who could change the outcome of matches. However, such referees had to be paid some money in order to get them to do the job.
The President of the Ghana Football Association, Mr. Kwesi Ntantakyi, was yesterday, May 22, was ordered to make himself available to assist in some investigations.
The order came after the president watched the investigative report from Anas titled ‘Number 12’. Mr. Kwesi Nyantakyi is reportedly being charged with defrauding people under false pretenses using the offices of the President and Vice President.
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