GFA chairman, Kwesi Nyantakyi, is currently under fire for his role in the Anas "Number 12" football corruption video, which has stunned the nation.
YEN.com.gh has reported extensively that Nyantakyi was caught on video attempting to negotiate 25 per cent of sponsorship money for the premier league for himself.
He also spoke of colluding with some government officials to bribe President Akufo-Addo, Vice-President Bawumia and other state officials to secure lucrative government contracts.
His football administration career appears to be over, amid reports that the government has dissolved the GFA.
Here are 9 facts about Nyantakyi that you should know before the GFA's dissolution takes effect:
1. He is a Muslim
Nyantakyi is a Muslim. This was revealed when he appeared before the Dzamafe Commission of Enquiry to testify about Ghana's poor showing at the Brazil 2014 World Cup. He chose to swear on a Qur'an instead of a Bible, stunning many who thought he was a Christian.
2. He has two wives
The GFA president has two wives. His religion allows him to marry four.
3. He is a lawyer and banker
Nyantakyi is not just a football administrator. He is a lawyer and banker.
4. He owns the Wa All Stars football club
5. He owns a telecoms company and a microfinance company
This was revealed in the Anas video.
6. He has served as GFA president for 13 years
That makes him the longest serving football association boss in the world
7. He is the president of WAFU and also CAF vice-president
He also serves on the FIFA executive committee.
8. He became GFA president at the age of 37
9. Under his leadership, Ghana qualified for her first world cup
Under Nyantakyi's leadership, Ghana qualified to the world cup three consecutive times: 2006, 2010 and 2014.
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