Anas requested for $400,000 not to show the video and later slashed it down to $150,000 – Kwesi Nyantakyi accuses Anas

Kwesi Nyantakyi and Anas
Kwesi Nyantakyi (Former GFA President/CAF Vice-President)

Former CAF Vice-President and FIFA council member Kwesi Nyantakyi has revealed in his first radio interview since his lifetime ban from football related activities, that a rep from Tiger Eye PI told him to pay $400,000 so that Number 12 would not be shown. 

He added that the amount was later reduced to $150,000 but he still couldn’t gather that amount of money. And according to him, this is a clear evidence that Anas is a very corrupt person. 

He was on Kennedy Agyapong’s Oman FM this morning on a show monitored by and he revealed that Anas himself is not clean and should not be trusted. 

He reiterated his claims by stating that Anas is doing investigative journalism just for the money and not for the national interest. 

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Mr. Nyantakyi, a legal practitioner by profession also stated that Anas and his team do not have a license to engage in private investigations, so they are operations illegally. 

He said “Tiger Eye PI is a criminal organisation that behaves like ISIS. They have no license to behave like they do, recording people with reckless abandon and destroying reputations.”

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The once powerful leader of football in Ghana lost his empire when an investigative documentary, putting him at the center of their investigation, was shown across Ghana by Anas and Tiger Eye PI.


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