Anas Refutes Accusations of Requesting or Receiving a $100,000 Bribe from Nyantakyi

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Anas Aremeyaw Anas vehemently denies any involvement in soliciting or accepting bribes from former Ghana Football Association (GFA) President Kwesi Nyantakyi to suppress the release of the Number12 documentary, which exposed corruption in Ghanaian football.

Nyantakyi disclosed that he paid $100,000 to Anas in an attempt to prevent the documentary’s release. He claimed Anas initially requested $150,000, but he could only afford $100,000, which led to the eventual release of the incriminating footage. Nyantakyi criticized Anas, alleging financial motives despite his anti-corruption image, characterizing the situation as blackmail.

However, Tiger Eye P.I. issued a statement refuting the allegations, emphasizing their commitment to exposing corruption and denying any involvement in bribery. They clarified that they exclusively retained legal representation from CromwellGray LLP and did not engage the services of lawyer Kwame Gyan from the University of Ghana. Tiger Eye P.I. stressed their internal mechanisms to prevent tampering with investigations and highlighted Nyantakyi’s confessed bribery attempt, justifying FIFA’s life ban imposed on him for bribery and conflict of interest offenses.

See press statement below

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