GFA Dares Anas Aremeyaw Anas, ‘Let Time Decide’

GFA Dares Anas Aremeyaw Anas, ‘Let Time Decide’

GFA spokesman Ibrahim Sannie Daara insists members of the Ghana FA are not in the least scared about the hint of undercover investigations the renowned Anas Aremeyaw Anas intends rolling.

The award-winning investigative journalist claims he whose recent work has led to a bribery scandal in the judiciary claims he has prima facie evidence of corruption within the GFA.

The famous journalist, has officially revealed his intentions of unveiling what he describes as the ”rot” in the Ghana FA anytime soon.

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Speaking on Starr FM recently, Anas maintained the shocking piece is expected to shake the very core of the Association which since the FIFA World Cup in 2014 has come under a barrage of criticisms.

The statements by Anas Aremeyaw Anas follows a recent allegations of financial impropriety by the British High Commissioner, John Benjamin who revealed that financial allocations to the GFA are not being used to develop pitches at grassroots level but instead used to purchase expensive cars. The GFA in a press release officially dismissed the claims describing the comments by the British High Commissioner as ignorant and sinister.

There have been a widespread perception of endemic corruption within the GFA also surrounding referees and the administration of its various national teams.

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The revered journalist says he has a proof which appears to have put the whole nation especially people in football on red alert on yet another scandal to be laid bare.

However, GFA spokesman Ibrahim Sannie Daara says officials of the GFA are not perturbed by the red flag being waived by the undercover journalist.

Anas Aremeyaw Anas is legendary for conducting undercover investigations into matters of grave national concern, his latest one with his Tiger Eye PI being the exposure of thirty four justices of the High Court alleged to have taken bribes to tamper with rulings.


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