Former President of the ghana football Association (GFA), Kwesi Nyantakyi, is looking to the Holy Quran for inspiration, a year after he was shamed in an investigation by journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas.
The former CAF vice president held an Iftar for muslim friends to interrupt their fast on Sunday evening in nima, a suburb of accra.
Nyantakyi, muslim name Osman, then addressed the people who gathered at the ceremony, and instead of stating his side of the story, went on to recount the trials and tribulations the Prophet Mohammed, went though during his time on earth and says he’s taking inspiration from that.
FIFA forensic audit of Nyantakyi-led GFA not done – Report
A forensic audit which is being conducted by FIFA on the Ghana football Association (GFA) throughout the Kwesi Nyantakyi tenure has not been completed unlike some media reports claim.
A report by Ghanasoccernet.com on may 27 indicated that a forensic audit conducted by FIFA on the ghana footballAssociation (GFA) has found no acts corruption or financial impropriety on Kwesi Nyantakyi during his tenure.
PrimeNewsGhana checks within the normalisation Committee and some industry players disclosed that the PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) who were tasked to undertake the forensic audit of the fa are not done with their work and nothing has been presented to the nc as earlier reported.
Mr Kwesi Nyantakyi who was banned by FIFA from football-related activities banned due to ethics breaches isn’t being investigated for financial impropriety as reported earlier.
FIFA has also not published any forensic audit report on its website which completely flaws the earlier report.
The report of the audit being done by PWC (FIFA’s) auditors will be presented to FIFA and therefore there commendations will be factored into the reforms.