Tiger Eye PI to demand GHC30,000 from the GFA

Tiger Eye PI to demand GHC30,000 from the GFA

- Tiger Eye PI has revealed plans of taking GHC30,000 from the GFA

- This is as a result of an assurance given by the former president, Kwesi Nyantakyi, a year ago

- He allegedly promised that GHC20,000 will be given to anyone who provides evidence of corruption in the association

A member of the legal team of Tiger Eye PI, Sammy Darko, has hinted to plans to claim an amount of GHC30,000 from the Ghana Football Association (GFA).

According to a report by 3news.com, he stated that this was with respect to a promise made by Kwesi Nyantakyi during his time as GFA president.

In November 2017, the former sports administrator is reported to have stated that the association will give GHC20,000 to anyone who provides proof of bribery and corruption in the GFA.

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Kwesi Nyantakyi

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The amount was reportedly increased to GHC30,000 after that pronouncement.

“One of the things that we will be doing come next season is to discourage corruption.

This act involves two people, without one reporting, you can’t hold any one responsible.

So we are putting aside GH¢20,000 as an incentive package for whoever reports with evidence, ” Mr Nyantakyi told journalists in Cape Coast after a three-day brainstorming summit.

In an interview on 3FM’s morning show, Sunrise, on Tuesday, June 19, 2018, Darko stated that he will personally move to the GFA to demand the payment.

He furthered revealed that the money will be given to charity after it has been taken from the GFA.

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