Beleaguered former President of Ghana Football Association, Kwesi Nyantakyi is in stable mind despite all that has transpired in the past week and has returned to work at his private law firm, CEO of Wa All Stars Nana Oduro Nyarko has confirmed.
“Kwesi Nyantakyi is alright and he is still working at his private law firm," Oduro Nyarko told the Media on Monday.
Nyantakyi has come under intense pressure following an investigative exposé by ace undercover journalist alleging acts of corruption by some match officials and senior officials of the football governing body.
In last week’s premiere of the shocking video, some officials of the GFA and football officials were seen taking bribes to influence player selection and compromise matches among others.
The ex-GFA boss was captured on camera compromising his position as head of Ghana’s FA.
Nyantakyi was recorded transacting ‘shady’ deals with supposed investors and advising them on how to short-change clubs in the Ghana Premier League when signing up for a sponsorship.
As a result of the investigate piece by Anas the former GFA capo is being investigated by the Criminal Investigation Department of the Ghana Police Service on allegations of defrauding by false pretense.
This has led to the International Football organ FIFA issuing a 90day ban on Kwesi Nyantakyi , resulting in his subsequent stepping down as GFA president, as well as resigning from his positions as CAF 1st vice president and FIFA Council Member respectively.
Meanwhile the Wa All Stars CEO said the ex-GFA boss has not been affected at all by the controversy that has shrouded his personality in the last few days.