- The GFA Executive Committee is not eager to abandon Kwesi Nyantakyi in his current problems
- Certain members of the FA are looking to escape the current troubles with drastically changing football administration in Ghana
The Ghanaian public is still making sense of the fallout from Wednesday's public showing of the latest Anas Aremeyaw Anas investigative piece. The piece indicts football association boss, Kwesi Nyantakyi as well as a host of many others.
The institution that has endured the most criticism in the last 24 hours is the Ghana Football Association (GFA).
Earlier on Thursday, the governing body issued a statement to the effect that it is looking to correspond with Tiger Eye Private Investigations on the cited "allegations."
But continuing investigations being carried by YEN.com.gh indicate that the executive committee of the FA are resolutely behind troubled chairperson, Kwesi Nyantakyi.
According to multiple sources that we have spoken to FA is currently putting together a team to fight matters in the law courts.
Indeed, a number of senior sports journalists have noted with surprise, the language the GFA used in its press release.
It has also been revealed in YEN.com,gh's investigations that majority of the executive committee are planning on how they can defend the FA against a government shutdown. Their plan has both legal and public relations angles.
Senior members within the committee are willing to escape the current storm without changing the structures of the FA.
This means that certain individuals are looking to stay on at the FA in any foreseeable future.
Our sources have also informed YEN.com.gh that there have also been talks with the executive committee of passing blame onto the individuals shown in the video, which is expected to limit the upcoming damage.
It is not clear as to which of these plans the committee is willing to play first.
But what is certain is that the Ghanaian populace will be keenly interested in affairs of football administration from henceforth. And that makes a bit more difficult for these members of the executive committee.
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