A Must Watch Video: Nyantakyi Match-Fixing Saga - How Ghana Sold It's Match To USA At Brazil 2014 World Cup

The Nyantakyi match-fixing saga continues as excerpts of the Anas video keeps popping up. It’s no wonder Anas describes it as the deadliest video ever to be shown.

Nana Akufo-Addo ordered the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service to arrest Mr Nyantakyi after being privy to investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas’ Number 12 undercover documentary, which exposed the GFA president; using the name of the president fraudulently.

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From all indications, there has been a lot of match-fixing which has rendered Ghana not perform well in tournaments.

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There was a video where FIFA registered players’ agent Christopher Forsythe and GFA official Obed Nketiah were seen engaging in a match-fixing conversation to persuade their client to pay a certain amount of money to them and the match officials who would be involved. Read the full story here.

In a short video we’ve come across from the Tiger Eye Secret Investigation Team, Kwasi Nyantakyi fixed a group stage match at the 2014 World Cup at Brazil between Ghana and USA.

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Watch the video below…

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