#Number 12: Ken Agyapong is just loud and indisciplined – Nyantakyi
The embattle GFA President Kwesi Nyantakyi, in Anas’ #Number 12 video attempted to involve maverick NPP politician Ken Agyapong into his alleged corrupt deal.
In the expose on corruption within Ghana football, the GFA Boss is captured telling undercover reporters that Ken Agyapong would be a stumbling block in the alleged contract that will be given to the investor (Tiger Eye reporter).
According to Kwesi Nyantakyi in #Number 12 he said Ken Agyapong is a loud and an indiscipline politician
“There is a man called Kennedy Agyapong. He is an MP. He is one of the biggest financiers of the NPP. He is very loud. He owns OMAN FM and NET2 TV. He is criticising the government, his own government, yes. He wants to control everything,” Kwesi Nyantakyi tells the investor (Tiger Eye reporter).
Kwesi Nyantaky continued that, “…because of the ways he [Kennedy Agyapong] put into the campaign, nobody can call him to order. They will be begging him when he is insulting them. So Karbo was saying that after the President and the Vice President, we should involve him.”
Meanwhile, Ken Agyapong after the President Akufo-Addo called for the arrest of the GFA boss Kwesi Nyantakyi, has described Anas as being corrupt, tax evader and manipulative.
Ken Agyapong disclosed that Anas Aremeyaw owns several properties which he acquired wrongly apart from the tax evasions.
The New Patriotic Party (NPP) MP alleged that because Anas has immunity, he is not searched at the Airport when he travels and so he smuggles electronic gadgets for his wife to merchandise in the country.
Ken Agyapong is worried that if Anas is not stopped from conducting ‘dubious’ investigations, he may end up invading the privacy of people and filming from their bedrooms.
In Anas’ #Number 12 video, many Ghanaian FA officials and referees were also caught in match-fixing deals.
Top football administrators are also reportedly seen taking money to give footballers call-ups to the national team and more playing time.
Notably, Eddie Doku, the Greater Accra Regional FA boss, has been caught on tape taking a bribe to influence playing times for a player in the Black Stars Team B.