The president of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) and some other staff of the Association may be in hot waters, but Ghanaians are having a good time trolling them on social media.
A new challenge, dubbed ‘Money taking challenge’ is trending on Facebook, making mockery of the Greater Accra regional chairman of the GFA, Eddie Doku who was seen in the Anas corruption exposé pocketing bundles of cash.
The money was handed to him by an undercover journalist from the Tiger Eye PI team during their investigations into their latest piece ‘When Corruption and Greed Become the Norm’, popularly known as #Number 12.
Mr Doku was supposed to use the money to influence the selection of a Hearts of Oak player, Patrick Razak, into the Black Stars team B.
In the funny video posted on Facebook mimicking Mr Doku’s posture and reaction after taking the money, the ‘actor’ is seen in similar attire he [Doku] wore when the bribe was offered.
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