Kwesi Nyantakyi was cheered when he appeared on former Ghana international Christian Atsu’s one-week watch.
The agile football administration shook hands with his successor, Kurt Okraku- for the first time in public.
Credited with the evolution of the local football governing body, Nyantakyi looks to survive the ‘man-made trial and tribulation’ of fraud in the name of investigative journalism.
In 2018, Kwesi Nyantakyi was allegedly captured on video, collected cash gifts and influenced by renowned journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas during his No. 12 exposé.
As a result he stepped down as head of the Ghana FA and subsequently lost his positions as FIFA Council Member and CAF 1st Vice President.
In 2021, the Accra High Court threw out the government’s case against him after the state delayed filing a witness statement.
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