Nyantakyi is a liar – Tiger Eye PI

Nyantakyi is a liar – Tiger Eye PI

- Investigative firm, Tiger Eye PI, has reportedly described Kwesi Nyantakyi as a liar

- This was contained in a press release prepared by the company

- According to the release, all relevant pieces of evidence have been given to the security agencies

Private investigative firm, Tiger Eye PI, has in a press release, described Former Ghana Football Association president, Kwesi Nyantakyi, as a man who cannot be trusted.

The letter, which has since gone viral, reveals that contrary to claims attributed to Nyantakyi, Tiger Eye PI never attempted to give him an amount of $150,000 to discard the Number 12 video.

This was in reaction to reports to the release of a document purported to be a reaction of Nyantakyi to details revealed in the video popularly labelled as Number 12.

A man wearing a mask

Anas Aremeyaw Anas

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It further stated that Nyantakyi knows that claims backed by evidence will always win in court and for that matter, is doing all he can to discredit them.

According to them, those present at the meeting where a sum of $65,000 was handed to Nyantakyi were Tiger Eye operatives on one hand and Nyantakyi, together with Former Northern Regional GFA President, Alhassan Abdullah on the other hand.

In that regard, it went on, no one else was present, contrary to earlier assertions attributed to Nyantakyi.

A letter written on a letterhead

The letter from Tiger Eye PI

The letter further disclosed that contrary to a statement attributed to Nyantakyi, his email was never hacked. Even if that was the case, it went on, there are various ways to reveal the truth.

Again, the former sports administrator did not have the consent of the presidency to make representations on their behalf.

It concluded by stating that the video, along with all other relevant pieces of information have been given to the security agencies to aid in investigations.

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Source: Yen.com.gh

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