Ghana Police Declares Entire GFA Premises A ‘Crime Scene’ — ‘Stay Away!’

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How times change!

In just a few days Kwesi Nyatankyi has gone from the top of the food chain to the bottom in the most remarkable turnaround of fortunes we have seen in this country in a long time.

Nyantakyi has now resigned his positions at both Fifa and the GFA (and CAF by default), been banned from football for 90 days pending the outcome of a Fifa ethics investigation and is the subject of a criminal probe in Ghana — all due to the Anas investigative video ‘Number 12’.

His former office has now even been declared a crime scene by the police.

A statement released late Friday by the Police made the announcement and informed the public to stay off the premises.

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The statement said the move is necessary to complete investigations into the Anas exposé.

“…The premises and offices of the GFA have been sealed off and remain inaccessible to staff of GFA and the public until further notice,” the statement signed by Director of Public Affairs of the Police DSP Sheila Kessie Abayie-Buckman revealed.



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