'Trotro' driver sends Nyantakyi closer to jail with fierce reminder

'Trotro' driver sends Nyantakyi closer to jail with fierce reminder

- The scandal of Kwesi Nyantakyi has forced a driver to demand justice

- Nyantakyi was implicated in a video by Anas which saw him demand a bribe from a Morocan football investor

- The 'Number 12' video is expected to premiere on June 6

Days have passed since the order for the arrest of GFA president, Kwesi Nyantakyi by the president of the republic, Nana Addo Danquah Akufo-Ado.

We know, that the arrest was after the president watch parts of the explosive 'Number 12' video by investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas which implicated the GFA president of requesting a bribe from a Moroccan football investor.

READ ALSO: Anas replies Ken Agyapong with viral "I am Anas" campaign

So far, the GFA president had reported to the headquarters of the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) for investigations. He has been bailed and currently assisting with investigations.

There are suspicions that the powerful man behind Ghana football could have his case die with the wind. But this is never the conviction of this taxi driver who has a bold inscription at the rare glass of his taxi.

'Trotro' driver reminds Nyantakyi there is a place called jail

'Trotro' driver reminds Nyantakyi there is a place called jail

This inscription, captured by a driver, read "Kwasi Nyantakyi! Wo b3 damu p33"; to wits, "Kwesi Nyantaki, you will definitely sleep in jail".

For a driver and probably a lover of sports to have had such an insription at the rare glass of his window proves how much Ghanaians are concerned about the Nyantaki scandal and even the yet-to-be-aired 'Number 12' video by Anas.

READ ALSO: REVEALED: Why Ken Agyapong wants to stop Anas so badly and has leaked his photos

The GFA boss who has been accused of transacting some fraudulent deals following Anas’ undercover investigations was picked up by the police CID upon arrival from CAF assignments in Morocco and Egypt for questioning. President Akufo-Addo on Tuesday issued an immediate arrest order on Kwasi Nyantakyi for allegedly using his name and the seat of government fraudulently.

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