Nyantakyi reportedly paid $100k out of the $150k 'bribe' requested by Anas - PRO alleges

Nyantakyi reportedly paid $100k out of the $150k 'bribe' requested by Anas - PRO alleges

- The Public Relations Officer of former GFA boss has alleged that a ‘bribe’ was paid to Anas

- A leaked document purported to be coming from the quarters of the ex-head of GFA was making rounds

- The GFA boss was implicated in an investigative piece known as ‘Number 12’

Dr. Martin Luther Obeng, the Public Relations Officer of embattled former president of the Ghana Football Association, Mr. Kwesi Nyantakyi has alleged that a supposed ‘bribe’ of $100,000 was paid to Anas to block the screening of ‘Number 12’.

According to a radio interview on Rainbow Radio and sighted on Ghanaweb.com, Dr. Martin Luther Obeng revealed in the exclusive conversation that his boss, Mr. Kwesi Nyantakyi, mobilized an amount of $100,000 to be given as ‘bribe’ to Anas.

According to a leaked press statement reported to be coming from the former FA boss, he was asked by a third party to pay an amount of $150,000 to stop the screening of Anas’ ‘Number 12’.

Nyantakyi paid $100k out of the $150k 'bribe' requested by Anas - PRO alleges

Kwesi Nyantakyi. Photo Credit: YEN.com.gh

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Dr. Martin Luther Obeng went on to indicate that Anas’ lawyer was in the know of the said transaction. However, he failed to produce the name of the said lawyer.

The PRO added that at the right time, the name of the said lawyer would be put out for all to see.

After Mr. Kwesi Nyantakyi’s alleged press statement claiming the $65,000 he received was not a bribe rather it was a reimbursement for his air and accommodation.

However, Anas and his Tiger Eye PI team have put out receipts of all air and accommodation expenses rubbishing the claims made by the embattled former GFA president.

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Mr. Kwesi Nyantakyi, on May 22, was ordered to report himself to the Criminal Investigations Department in Accra to assist in investigations of alleged acts of misconduct brought against him.

Preliminary reports indicated that the FA boss defrauded some foreign investors using the names of the President and Vice President.

The investigative piece which started screening for free from June 6 has brought in its wake many issues as was predicted by the award-winning investigative journalist prior to the release of the documentary.

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