Details of Kwesi Nyantakyi’s grand plan to take over Ghana

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President of the Ghana Football Association Kwesi Nyantakyi has been caught on tape outlining to agents of Anas’ TigerEyePI who posed as investors the key government officials to bribe and also the steps to take to get a strangle hold on key projects in the country.

The FA boss bragged about securing a meeting with the President, The Vice President as well as Roads Minister Kwasi Amoako-Atta only if an amount of 11 million Dollars could be made available to be split among the men.

He revealed that conversations with Deputy Roads Minister Anthony Karbo had indicated that the President would be willing to talk business at the sight of a certain amount of money.

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The President was to receive an amount of 5 million dollars, while 3 million would go to Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia, while the Minister and his deputy would receive an amount of 2 million and 1 million each.

According to him a solid relationship would then have been formed to open way for bigger and more lucrative deals to take place.

 “I can promise you that I can take you to whoever is important in Ghana

“We will meet them one on one and then you can give the money to them personally

“Give them something small for starters with your own discretion and when you get the big contracts we can go back and give them more money.

“When we do this we will take over the whole country,” he boldly declared

He has already been invited by the Criminal Investigation Department of the Ghana Police service where he was questioned for close to five hours and his statement taken.

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The matter is still being investigated.


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