Ghana FA back underfire President Kwesi Nyaktakyi

Ghana FA back underfire President Kwesi Nyaktakyi
Ghana FA Cup

by Helder Ribiero

Friday May 25, 2018. 09:07

The Ghana Football Association (GFA) has issued a statement backing their president Kwesi Nyaktakyi.

The football administrator has been accused of being involved in some nefarious activities in recent weeks. Nyantakyi is now a subject of an investigation by Ghana’s Criminal Investigation Department (CID).

Isaac Addo, who is the GFA’s General Secretary, has released the following statement:

“On Tuesday, 22nd May 2018 there was an activation of the relevant state institutions to probe into an issues relating to the President of the Ghana Footbal Association, Mr Kwesi Nyaktakyi in the yet-to- be released documentary by Anas Aremeyaw Anas.”
“Though the President of the GFA was on official duties outside the country, he cut his trip short and returned to Ghana on 23rd May 2018.

On his arrival he was escorted to the CID Headquarters where he was interrogated, a statement taken and subsequently granted bail.

Presently he is helping the police with their investigations.”

“The GFA President remains innocent until he is proven guilty of all charges levelled against him.

The GFA President being a law abiding citizen respects the law, he is not a flight risk and has indicated his willingness and availability to the investigative authority anytime he is required to do so.”

“Following a meeting of the Executive Committee of the GFA on Thursday, the body wishes to state that nothing has changed in terms of the GFA hierarchy and Mr. Nyantakyi still remains the President of the Ghana Football Association.”

“Any statement contrary to this must be disregarded. We wish to re-iterate that Mr. Nyantakyi has the full support of the Executive Committee of the Ghana Football Association (GFA).”

“All offices and outlets of the GFA remain fully functional and we confirm that all scheduled activities of the federation continue without any hindrances. We urge all our stakeholders and members to remain calm during this period,” a statement read.



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