He thinks Kwesi Nyantakyi would have become FIFA president if not for “Number 12” and former GFA chairman Dr Nyaho Nyaho Tamakloe.
Forensic journalist Anas Armeyaw Anas uncovered the corruption in the country’s football system in June 2018. Officials and match officials were bribed and corrupted.
The work of Anas is viewed with suspicion by Dr. Nyaho Nyaho Tamakloe, who believes his methods are malicious.
“The goal of investigative journalism is to shock. In his interview with Metro TV, he emphasized that if you have gathered material and particular names are mentioned, you don’t reveal it to those individuals.
It referenced the President, the Vice President, and others in that specific show [Number 12].
That’s why you’re an investigative journalist: you keep your discoveries hidden and let the public know first.
As in Number 12, individuals at the top of the affairs will take steps to clean themselves up once they notice it.
Most people thought Anas was doing a good job, but I didn’t see it that way. I’ve been paying attention as well. His next question was, “Why do you reveal your results to the public?”
Because Kwesi Nyantakyi is defenceless, everyone left him to confront the matter. Doctor Nyaho-Tamakloe says his opponents plotted it.
Mr Nyantakyi may have become the first African FIFA President if the Anas’ number 12 work had not been done, Dr Tamakloe says.
“You should be able to tell when they put up a trap. He would have been the first African president if not for that issue. This is true,” Dr. Nyaho-Tamakloe said.