I warned Nyantakyi to step down to keep his legacy intact, says former GFA veep

George Afriyie, a former Executive Member of the Ghana Football Association has mentioned that cautioned Kwesi Nyantakyi to step down in order to keep his legacy intact.

The former Ghana Football Association president has been banned from all football-related activities after being found guilty of corruption, conflict of interest and commission charges after Tiger EyePI petitioned FIFA after premiering of the ‘Number 12’ video by Anas Aremeyaw Anas.

The director of Liberty Professionals who was shown the exit as the vice president of the Ghana FA with no tangible reason under Kwesi Nyantakyi’s administration claims he advised his former boss to call it to quit after supervising the federation for 13-years.

“I felt he [Kwesi Nyantakyi] had to move on, so I told him to leave the position to protect his legacy in Ghana Football,” the former Ghana Football Association vice president told Kumasi-based Oyerepa FM.

“Fourteen years in office as Ghana Football Association was enough for him to have moved on for a new person to take over.

“I have heard some people who were telling him to be in office for 18 years on other platforms that they will vie for the GFA presidency position.”

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