- Anas’ latest exposé, “Number 12”, has caused a stir in Ghana especially after its premiere on June 6
- Anas has thus released an animated video of how coaches accept huge bribes and ask players to lose a match
- His latest exposé has led to the resignation of Kwesi Nyantakyi and other executives of the GFA
YEN.com.gh has sighted an animated video by investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas detailing how coaches take bribes and appeal to players to lose matches.
The video is a fallout from his latest exposé on the Ghana Football Association (GFA), in which the former GFA President, Kwesi Nyantakyi, has been exposed of meddling in corrupt deals.
In the video, Anas portrays how club individuals and groups approach coaches and other football officials to offer them money.
They are bribed in order to “sell out their own clubs”, that is, to beg the players of their own clubs to lose a match against the side that has offered the bribe.
Unknowingly to some Ghanaians, this is something that has been going on for some time now in the football sector.
For instance, it has been seen in Anas’ video how over seventy referees and match commissioners were bribed to fix matches.
A popular referee who was also caught on Anas’ video is Samuel Sukah, who is also a Physical Education (P.E) teacher at St. Thomas Aquinas Senior High School in Accra.
Following this same expose, Kwesi Nyantakyi, the former GFA President, has resigned from his position.
Other top officials of the GFA have also resigned, while the government is taking steps to dissolve the current GFA board.
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