The renowned investigative journalist says the former GFA boss can’t take him on after the ‘Number 12’ expose’
The latest piece by the multiple award winning journalist dubbed ‘Number 12’ captured several football and officials on camera receiving monies suspected to be bribes.
Kwesi Nyantakyi who was at the centre of the scandal, following the premiering of the video on the expose’ resigned from FIFA, CAF and GFA and is currently serving a 90-day ban from the world football governing body, while investigations are underway.
Anas Aremeyaw Anas, despite receiving plaudits from many Ghanaian has faced criticisms from few people who are against his modus operandi.
Kwesi Nyantakyi has sued Anas for defamation of character, following the expose’, yet the latter believes there is no way the former will face him at the law court.
“When I say that you have committed a crime, it means you have done it because I provide you with evidence. I am a lawyer and I take evidence very serious because if I don’t I will end up going into jail myself,” he spoke with TV3.
“All the court cases he is talking about, he is not going to do it, he knows, he knows very, very well. As far as we go by the strict rules and regulations that are supposed to govern a football guru like him, he will not get it, he will lose it.
“When I was doing Osu children’s home, that was not entrapment, when I was doing the judges, it was not entrapment. Are football people more human than judges?” Anas questioned.
Kwesi Nyantakyi is currently under police investigation despite refusing to accept any wrongdoing
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