Kwesi Nyantayi has made claims to the CID that a sheikh paid $ 8m million to ex-president Mahama to sponsor the 2016 general election.
6th June is the day most Ghanaian have been waiting for to watch the undercover investigation by Anas dubbed ‘Number 12’ which has already fingered the president of the Ghana Football Association, Kwesi Nyantakyi.
Nyantakyi was invited to the Criminal Investigative Department (CID) after the President of the Republic of Ghana reported the GFA boss for allegedly using his name to defraud foreign investors, after excerpts of the Anas expose’ on football.
Joy FM, however, disclosed that Nyantakyi told the CID that a sheikh who wanted to sponsor the Ghana Premier League paid $8m dollars to the NDC government through former President Mahama.
The Accra based media house was accused been accused by the NDC and John Dramani Mahama for allowing itself to be used as a propaganda tool
Joy FM has gone ahead to publish excerpts of the statement Kwesi Nyantakyi made to the police claiming the 'businessmen' he met with told him they gave $8 million to the NDC and President John Mahama in 2016.