GFA to engage Anas to investigate match-fixing scandals

By | June 14, 2016

Sports News of Tuesday, 14 June 2016



Sannie Darra GFA Ibrahim Sannie Darra

The Ghana Football Association has revealed its readiness to engage ace investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas to help scrutinise some reported match-fixing allegations in Ghana Football.

There have been allegations about match-fixing scandals under Nyantakyi’s administration.

Nyantakyi was recently reported to have revealed he had evidence of some match-fixing scandals in the Ghana Premier League.

This has raised calls for the Ghana Football Association to be thoroughly investigated in its dealings.

In an interview with Atinka FM, spokespersons of the Ghana Football Association Ibrahim Sannie Darra insist his outfit are planning to engage the renowned journalist in investigating any dealings in Ghana football concerning match-fixing.

“We are planning to engage Anas to investigate our football in other to bring evidence of any match-fixing scandal,” he said.

“There have been issues of match-fixing in Ghana Football so this time around we want to call Anas to get involve so we know the truth behind all this.

“We want to ensure and make it clear that the Ghana Football Association does not involve itself in such act so we are calling on Anas to come on board.

“And I can assure you that whoever is caught will be dealt with.”

Anas months ago was reported to have hinted on an evidence of corruption in Ghana football.