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Tiger Eye P.I. Denies Nyantakyi’s Allegations of Bribery in Number 12 Exposé

Tiger Eye P.I., the investigative team led by journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas, has vehemently denied allegations made by former Ghana Football Association (GFA) president Kwesi Nyantakyi. Nyantakyi claimed to have paid $100,000 to Anas Aremeyaw Anas through a lawyer to prevent the release of the explosive “Number 12” documentary.

In a press release issued on April 2, 2024, Tiger Eye P.I. stated that they categorically deny any involvement in soliciting or accepting bribes from Nyantakyi. They emphasized that their core mission is to expose and confront corruption, making the idea of shielding corrupt individuals contrary to their purpose.

The investigative team clarified that they never engaged the services of a lawyer named Kwame Gyan from the University of Ghana, as alleged by Nyantakyi. They reiterated that their legal representation has consistently been Cromwell Gray LLP in Accra, particularly in matters related to litigation involving Anas.

Tiger Eye P.I. challenged Nyantakyi to pursue legal action against the alleged lawyer if his claims hold substance, emphasizing that any criminal arrangement remains solely between Nyantakyi and the purported recipient.

 

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