Nyantaki saves bank after BOG nearly took over

Kwesi Nyantakyi

The GFA President Kwesi Nyantakyi has made a swift tactical move after the renowned Investigative Journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas has petitioned Bank of Ghana (BoG) to probe into his tenure of office as the president of the GFA.

Following the petition which was as a result of the hardcore evidence telecast for the viewership of Ghanaians by Anas on Kwesi Nyantakyi aggressively packing bribe monies into a polythene bag, he has swiftly saved a bank from debt to cover his corrupt issues.

The bank, which name is withheld for unknown reasons is said to have incurred debts that only Kwesi Nyanktakyi’s corrupt money could pay. This made the man to quickly give a helping hand to the bank.

The bank wanted him to transfer the corrupt money electronically but he insisted to send the money in person and in cash. On Monday, Kwesi Nyantakyi led  15 VIP buses all packed full with U.S Dollars and headed to the bank. He as always known to be, put on a smiling face as he sat down for his 1000 macho men to unpack the money into the bank.

When his own private media practitioners approached him to inquire why he decided to help save the bank with corrupt money, he said it has been his normal practice.

“I have been helping big institutions and popular people with bribe money. This is not my first time. You remember I mentioned supporting the president’s campaign? Yes, I used bribe money to do that. I have been doing this charity since I became the GFA President. And doing it again with only 15 VIP buses filled with dollars is just a tip of the iceberg.”

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Kwesi Nyantakyi added that he is ready to help any institution or big political figures who may be in need of bribe money.

The bank, which is now relieved from debt by the courtesy of Kwesi Nyantakyi has promised to build a statue for him by December to serve as an appreciation for his shameful kindness and good work done as the President of the GFA.

 

 

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