How to Rig Football Match In Ghana

Documentary Video Exposes Corruption In Ghana Football Association, How You Can Rig Premier League Match In Ghana With $100

In an explosive documentary video released ace investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas revealed how Ghana’s Football Association, President Kwesi Nyantakyi was caught on camera suggesting lucrative deals to undercover journalists posing as “investors” in the film “Number 12”, which was shown Wednesday at a preview attended by diplomats and politicians in the capital Accra.

In the just released documentary video, Ghana FA executives were also filmed accepting bribes influencing player selection for various national teams, an AFP correspondent said. Titled, ‘When Greed and Corruption Become the Norm’ the documentary which has come to be known as ‘Number 12’ will expose the extent of rot in Ghana football.

According to Tiger EyePI, the investigative piece will show “how that [corruption at the Ghana Football Association contributes to preventable tragedies, corruption within top national sports management and its effect on the country’s reputation on the global stage.”

How to Rig Football Match In Ghana
Documentary Video Exposes Corruption In Ghana Football Association, How You Can Rig Premier League Match In Ghana With $100

In the documentary video, about 15 Ghanaian referees were even caught on camera allegedly accepting just $100 (85 euros) to rig Ghana Premier League matches — with their assistants taking $50.

The project is the result of two years work by an undercover investigative journalist who goes by the pseudonym Anas Aremeyaw Anas, who is known for previously exposing graft in Ghana’s judiciary.

The documentary shows Nyantakyi proposing to journalists posing as investors pay him $11 million to help grease the palms of key government officials to secure contracts. During several meetings in Dubai, Nyantakyi also suggested setting up an agency that would broker a sponsorship deal for the Ghana Premier League.
The deal discussed on camera was to be worth $5 million per year for five years, and as part of the agreement, the Ghana FA was to pay a fee of 20 to 25 percent to the agency set up by Nyantakyi.

Report Credit: TimeLive.co.za & GhanaWeb.COM

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