- YEN.com.gh readers offer their thoughts on what they would tell Countryman Songo in the wake of Nyantakyi's arrest
- Not everyone is eager to praise the 'Fire for Fire' man
On Tuesday May 22, an arrest order was made for the arrest of Ghana Football president. The command came from none other than the president of Ghana, Nana Akufo-Addo.
GFA boss Kwesi Nyantakyi was on a FIFA executive committee mission when his arrest order was made. In the morning of the following day, Mr Nyantakyi was on his way to Ghana to be arrested and interrogated.
All of this development owes to an investigative documentary filmed by celebrated journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas. It is reported that after President Akufo-Addo saw it, he found out that the FA boss allegedly conducted fraudulent business using his (Akufo-Addo's) name.
One person who has been on the offensive against the football administration of Nyantakyi is Countryman Songo. The man with real name Patrick Osei-Agyeman has built a whole reputation on how he has endlessly bashed football administration in Ghana.
So we asked our readers from Facebook what they would tell Songo now that Nyantakyi has been arrested on fraud charges.
Kwesi Bismark is not too sure if everything happening is real. We are sure he is not alone in this confusion.
Facebook user Godwin Kushiator is full of praise and admiration for Songo.
Patrick Amankwah goes proverbial in his admiration for the former Multimedia journalist.
Another of our friends from Facebook alleges something we at YEN.com.gh cannot independently confirm.
This user is even specific on on how much he is willing to award Countryman Songo on a job well done.
Augustine Nukpo is cautious about praising Songo. He thinks most Ghanaians are rushing.
Atsu Baya wants a full apology from Multimedia for Songo. The media company is suspected of firing the controversial host because of the fire he 'poured' on Nyantakyi.
And finally, Bright Amakwah is absolutely sure that Countryman Songo is himself not as clean as he wants Ghana football administration to be.
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