‘Send Your Own Cooks And Cleaners To AFCON’ – Kwesi Nyantakyi Advises GFA
Former President of the Ghana Football Association, Kwesi Nyantakyi has come out of ‘exile’ to propose the contemporary administration on what to do heading to AFCON 2021. According to the disgraced ex-CAF Vice President, the Ghana Football Association wishes to journey with it’s own chefs and cleaners.
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In an interview with Onua TV, Mr. Nyantakyi explained there are so many tricks on the Africa Cup of Nations and to avoid falling into any of these traps, a group need to be well organized. ‘
“I were at the Africa Cup of Nations [AFCON] numerous instances with the Black Stars and there are tricks that we should take into consideration,” he told Accra based Onua TV
“Some of the North African countries come to the tournament with their own prepare dinner, cleaners among others and once I changed into in office, we also do the equal because Africa is full of surprises.
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“This is because no one wants to be a sufferer and I think with the Black Stars heading to the AFCON in Cameroon, all this should be taken into consideration.” Kwasi Nyantakyi’s time as GFA president got here to a scandalous stop after investigative journalist Anas Armeyaw Anas showed a documentary which captured him taking bribes.
The former CAF vice-president became then banned from football by FIFA for breaking the code of ethics. Kwesi Nyantakyi banned for life Earlier, SportsBrief.Com said that, The Federation of International Football Association (FIFA ), has banned Kwesi Nyantekyi for existence. Nyantakyi has been banned from all football-associated sports.
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The embattled former GFA President has also been fined CHF500,000, equal to $497,000, for numerous breaches of Code and Ethics of FIFA. The former GFA Boss might not take part in any football-related activities at both the national and worldwide degree.
Nyantakyi’s ban follows the investigative piece by Ghanaian and worldwide acclaimed journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas, dubbed ‘Number 12.