It's been six days since news broke that President Nana Akufo Addo has reported GFA boss Kwesi Nyantakyi to the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) over defrauding by false pretenses.
The President's decision came on the back of having watched excerpts of the yet to be premiered Anas Aremeyaw Anas documentary on corruption in which Mr. Nyantakyi was seen negotiating for an amount of money. In the video, the GFA boss allegedly uses the name of the President and his vice, Dr. Bawumia.
Since then, Mr Nyantakyi and Anas have dominated newspaper headlines. And it's not any different today ahead of the official premiere of the documentary titled ''Number 12'' on June 6.
Captivating Ghana Sports: Press Foundation Plot Nationwide Demo to impeach Ghana FA boss Nyantakyi
Led by football enthusiast Listowell Yesu Burkason, the Press Foundation are planning to embark on nationwide demonstration to impeach the embattled President Kwesi Nyantakyi.
Mr. Nyantakyi looked to have lost trust in the eyes of many football fanatics as he is under investigation for fraud and they want him to relinquish his position although the GFA executive committee have backed him publicly.
Content analysis of today's major GH front pages shows @anasglobal impending June 6 premiere is still dominating headlines.
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The Publisher: Let's Stop Anas… Kennedy Agyapong Cries Out
The New Patriotic Party (NPP) firebrand, Kennedy Ohene Agyapong says undercover journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas must be stopped before he investigates people in their bedrooms.
Mr. Agyapong is questioning methods used by the award-winning undercover journalist also wants him prevented from premiering his latest expose on sports scheduled for June 6 and 7 this year.
‘’I totally disagree with his approach. Somebody should take him to court right now to stop him from what he is doing,’’ he said.
He continued, ‘’You want to premier this? We have to stop him or else, he will end up one day recording you whilst you are asleep with your wife and premiere it in public.’’
Daily Graphic: Anas to report Kwesi Nyantakyi to FIFA
The ace investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas has decided to report an alleged misconduct by the President of the Ghana Football Association Mr Kwesi Nyantakyi to world football’s governing body FIFA.
An investigative sting operation is said to have captured Nyantakyi on video entering into sponsorship deals with some investors who ended up being undercover agents for Anas.
Nyantakyi’s conduct contravenes Fifa’s ethics and Anas is on his way to the Fifa Headquarters in Switzerland to deliver the petition.
The Crusading Guide: Arrest, Prosecute Anas! – Odike takes issue with his style of investigation
The 2012 Presidential Candidate for the United Front Party and a known businessman, Akwasi Addai, popularly called Odike has taken issue with the investigative style of Anas Aremeyaw Anas and said it goes against the laws of the country and that the investigative journalist must be arrested and prosecuted.
Odike's argument is that the methods used by the journalist is not constitutional but that ''What Anas and his team did is not good and therefore they should be arrested and prosecuted.''
''There is a difference between investigating an alleged corruption which the person is caught doing something but not for him to have rather initiated the process and allegedly bribe the judges and capture it on camera as an investigative work of corruption against the implicated (sic)''.