The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) has given an insight into what the world should expect from the much-anticipated documentary to be premiered by investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas.
In a video posted on their Twitter handle, BBC promised to show the video which captures the scenes of referees and powerful faces under the Ghana Football Association (GFA), exchange wads of cash – both in local and foreign currencies – just to influence the outcomes of matches played by the Ghana Black Stars and other local leagues in the country.
Watch the video below…
An earthquake is coming. #BBCAfricaEye is about to bring you the inside story about @anasglobal's explosive investigation into football. Will the game in Africa ever be the same again? #number12 #WorldCup pic.twitter.com/Z2d7taQt65
— BBC News Africa (@BBCAfrica) June 5, 2018