Former British High Commissioner to Ghana Jon Benjamin has waded into the trending Nyantakyi saga and proffered a solution to help the embattled football administrator escape his woes.
According to Benjamin, a shipment of Obinim’s special stickers should be sent to Morocco, where Nyantakyi currently is, presumably to help him escape the charges currently hanging over his head.
The President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, ordered the GFA President to be arrested Tuesday after watching excerpts of ‘Number 12’, the upcoming Anas documentary.
In the documentary, Nyantakyi can be heard promising access to the President in exchange for cash.
As he so often does, Benjamin weighed in on the trending Ghanaian issue of the day.
He wrote: “We need a consignment of Obinim stickers sent over to Morocco urgently please, by whichever route is most coefficient. Thank you.”
We need a consignment of Obinim stickers sent over to Morocco urgently please, by whichever route is most coefficient. Thank you.
— (((Jon Benjamin))) 🇬🇧🇨🇱🇬🇭🇲🇽 ✡️ (@JonBenjamin19) May 22, 2018
Nyantakyi is currently in Morocco but is expected to return to Ghana later today to face charges.