YEN.com.gh can report that the Wikipedia profile of GFA president, Kwesi Nyantaki, has been edited and updated with uncomplimentary descriptions of him.
The move follows the release of an explosive Anas No. 12 corruption video that captured Nyantakyi attempting to undertake corrupt schemes that would have benefited him financially and shortchanged the association he leads.
The edited profile of Nyantakyi, at the time of reporting, described him as "the most corrupt president of the Ghana failed Ghana Premier League club All Stars F.C".
An earlier edit of his profile described Nyantakyi as a "notorious career fraudster and alleged criminal who has on several occasions been accused of fraudulent acts associated with his management of the GFA".
The uncomplimentary edits of Nyantakyi's profile appear to have been implemented by pranksters.
However, it reflects the mood of the nation, following the seemingly corrupt acts Nyantakyi was caught engaging in as captured by the Anas video.
For instance, Nyantakyi was caught on camera scheming to slice up to 25% of a Ghana Premier League deal that was offered by members of Anas' investigative team, who posed as investors.
This was in clear contravention of GFA rules which states clearly that officials of the organisation must not be paid commission for any deal executed for the organisation.
GFA spokesman, Sanni Daara, was also caught on camera, directing undercover investigators he thought were football agents to give GHc4000 to his aide as "appreciation" for recommending a Hearts of Oak player for invitation to the national team.
Over 100 Ghanaian football personalities have been implicated in the corruption scandal.
The explosive scandal has stunned the country and has sparked calls for Nyanatkyi and his aides to step down.
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