Irbard Ibrahim who is a security expert has appealed to the first man of the land Nana Akuffo Addo not to be distracted by the videos and bogus online petition by investigative journalist Anas Aremeyas Anas on Kwesi Nyantakyi.
Irbard’s comment comes days after Anas launched an online petition to get Kwesi Nyantakyi who is the former Ghana Football Association president behind bars after his “Number 12” exposé which was premiered in June last year.
The “Number 12” video captured Kwesi Nyantakyi engaging in some alleged shady deals which have already led to his lifetime ban on all football-related activities by the world football governing body, FIFA.
Anas believes, the online petition will compel the appropriate authorities to make the man who was once a member on CAF’s Executive Committee to face the criminal charges he deserves.
But Irbard is of the view that not even a million signatures in support of this bogus online petition against Nyantakyi should make the government lose focus from fulfilling its promises to the good people of Ghana.
“I humbly urge His Excellency and his Government to be smart enough not to be swayed by so called petitions and exposes that keep popping up ever so often.
I am not God, but when you read between the lines, you’ll realize that this could be a ploy hatched in the bowels or dead of the night to distract Government from realizing its campaign promises to the good people of Ghana.
If this Government continues to follow such leads, by the time it says Jack, it is out of power.
Someone accused President Kwesi Nyantakyi based on a staged movie. Government has taken an action in that regard. What is the essence of teaching the Attorney General her job?
Nana Addo has very little time left to present concrete achievements to the good people of Ghana in his re-election bid and he and his appointees should not allow themselves to be swayed and distracted by these so-called petitions and exposes.
Not even one million signatures should stampede Government into veering off its natural course. This and others could be baits meant to distract.
I urge the good people of Ghana to stick to substance rather than sensationalism on all national issues.
A word to the wise is enough!