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#Number 12: Anas Humiliates Embattled Kwesi Nyantakyi As He Releases Hotel And Flight Details

By Samuel Ekow Amoasi Appiah
#Number 12: Anas Humiliates Embattled Kwesi Nyantakyi As He Releases Hotel And Flight Details
LISTEN JUN 19, 2018

Award-winning investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas has dragged former Ghana Football Association president, Kwesi Nyantakyi to the cleaners for allegations made in his press statement issued on Monday.

A portion of the eight pages statement by the former FIFA Council says he took $40,000 from TigerEyePI crew stead of $65,000 that has been mentioned.

Mr Nyantakyi claims the amount summed up to his travel expenses which was supposed to be funded by his so-called business partners.

Below is a portion of Mr Nyantakyi's statement:

I was handed the sum of $40.000 only in eight (8) bundles of US$ 50 banknotes but not $65,000 which both I and the Sheikh’s agent understood to be reimbursement for the travel costs incurred by me, at the Sheikh’s request.

It is very easy to confirm how much was given to me from the videotapes. The money was exposed before I was tricked to put in the bag personally.

A critical review of the video clip will reveal that when the money was handed to me, there was no mention of shopping. A different video has a voice emerging from a faceless speaker saying “shopping for now”.

This insertion of an overriding voice was clearly an afterthought.

Based on the agreement with Suale, the $40,000 was a refund and not a gift or bribe. It’s disingenuous to purport to donate a gift when the donor owes a lawful debt for the cost of travels.

The question that beats my mind is why Tiger Eye lied about the amount of money given to me. Why was the viewing public not allowed to perceive what they saw and heard on the video themselves? Why run commentaries to deceive the viewing public?

However, the ace undercover journalist has released the full details of his travelling expenses.

Below is the full documents:

6192018102803 212[1]

6192018102803 131[3]

6192018102804 343[4]

6192018102804 424[2]

6192018102805 535[3]

6192018102805 616[1]

Samuel Ekow Amoasi Appiah
Samuel Ekow Amoasi Appiah

Sports Journalist

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