Kwesi Nyantakyi has spoken out in the matter involving Kennedy Agyapong and Anas Armeyaw Anas. The court’s decision against Anas on Wednesday has made the former GFA president feel vindicated. Following the journalist’s investigative report, Nyantakyi’s government fell.
Kwesi Nyantakyi, a former head of the Ghana Football Association, addressed Kennedy Agyapong, a politician, in response to Anas Armeyaw Anas’ legal failure. A judge in the Accra High Court dismissed the defamation lawsuit filed against the member of parliament for Assin Central, branding the investigative journalist a blackmailer and extortionist.
The subject of his 2018 investigative work, Number 12, reacted to the news of Anas’ courtroom setback.
Following the broadcast of the investigative piece in June 2018, Nyantakyi was suspended and later lost his post at CAF and FIFA.
Kennedy Agyapong honors Nyantakyi with courtroom triumph
Kennedy Agyapong, a politician in Ghana, thinks that Kwesi Nyantakyi, the former president of the Ghana Football Association, has been justified by his court triumph over investigative journalist Anas Armeyaw Anas. Following the revelation that the former FIFA Executive Council reportedly accepted bribes, Nyantakyi resigned as a result of an investigation by the journalist known as Number 12. As a result, Nyantakyi was expelled from FIFA and CAF and lost all of his posts.
At the FIFA Congress, Asamoah Gyan was present.
and after visiting the Exceptional Achievement Awards in Rwanda, Kwadwo Asamoah accepted an invitation from CAF President Patrice Motsepe.
Several African football icons attended the ceremony honoring Rwandan President Paul Kagame and King Mohammed VI of Morocco, including the former captain of Ghana and the former Juventus great. Following their enormous contributions to football on the continent, Dr. Motsepe presented the two heads of state with their honors.