Anas Aremeyaw Number 12 Video on Kwesi Nyantakyi :Full video from the much-awaited explosive investigative documentary has exposed embattled Ghana Football Association president, Kwesi Nyantakyi, laying out a plan to some Anas ‘investors’ on how they can use money to secure big contracts and eventually rule Ghana.
“You can start with something small in your own discretion, then when you get the contract; the big big contract, we can go back and give them more money, then we will take over the whole country,” Mr. Nyantakyi told the ‘investors’ in the video released by Anas Aremeyaw Anas.
With barely two hours to the premiering of the #Number12 documentary, Anas has been releasing excerpts of the documentary which is the culmination of a two-year investigative work by Tiger Eye PI in collaboration with the BBC.
Mr. Nyantakyi who was arrested on May 22, has since been cautioned and released on bail pending investigations into a possible case of defrauding by false pretenses following a complaint to the Police CID by President Nana Akufo-Addo.
Kwesi Nyantakyi is said to have been captured in the investigative piece using the President’s name, the Vice President’s name and names of other state officials to induce potential investors to part way with some sums of money.
The President, according to deputy Chief of Staff Abu Jinapor, is a satisfied and convinced that there is enough evidence on the face of the matter to have the GFA boss investigated for defrauding by false pretenses.
Watch the video Below.
Brief About Anas Aremeyaw Anas
Anas Aremeyaw Anas is a Ghanaian investigative journalist born in the late 1970s. Anas’s motto is “name, shame and jail”, and he is famous for utilizing his anonymity as a tool in his investigative arsenal; very few people had seen his face until an “unmasking” during a BBC interview in November 2015 — and this was a prosthetic.A politically non-aligned multimedia journalist who specializes in print media and documentary, Anas focuses on issues of human rights and anti-corruption in Ghana and sub-Saharan Africa.
Anas has won critical acclaim for his work advocating for basic human rights such as the right to not be held in human slavery or servitude and for his work exposing corruption. His investigative works have won him worldwide acclaim, including President Barack Obama highlighting his virtues in a speech during a 2009 visit to Ghana: “An independent press.
A vibrant private sector. A civil society. Those are the things that give life to democracy. We see that spirit in courageous journalists like Anas Aremeyaw Anas, who risked his life to report the truth.” Anas has won more than 17 international awards for his investigative work. He was polled as the fifth most influential Ghanaian in 2011 by e.tv Ghana, and named one of the “Most Influential Africans of the Year” by New African magazine in December 2014. Chameleon by Ryan Mullins, a documentary about Anas’s life and work, was premiered at the 2014 IDFA festival in Amsterdam.