Former President of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) Kwesi Nyantakyi has spoken for the first time on the exposé carried out by Tiger Eye PI in 2018.
The banned football administrator fumed about the turnout of events, calling for the ban of Tiger Eye PI.
He said that organization is acting like ISIS.
“Tiger Eye is a criminal organization. They don’t have the license to do what they are doing.”
Mr. Nyantakyi was speaking on Net 2 Television on Thursday over matters arising from the death of one of the investigative journalists on the beat.
Ahmed Hussein-Suale was shot dead by unknown men on Wednesday, January 16 near his Madina residence. He was shot three times on his chest and shoulder.
Mr Nyantakyi confirmed that he met the deceased investigative journalist on a number of occasions both in Dubai and in Ghana.
He said: “When he comes, he is so jittery.”
The former First Vice President of the Confederation of African Football (CAF) explained that the journalist could receive several calls in a spate of 30 minutes.
The meetings are part of the investigation that resulted in the exposé, which was streamed nationwide in a documentary titled ‘Number 12: When Greed & Misconduct Become the Norm’.
For him, the whole team led by Anas Aremeyaw Anas is working to satisfy members’ monetary interests and not for the love of Ghana.
“It is business that they are doing.”