The infographic above summarizes how beleaguered Ghana Football Association President, Kwesi Nyantakyi proposed to share a supposed sponsorship cash as proposed by TigerEye PI team.

After touting the credentials of the league, Nyantakyi set about explaining how sponsorship deals at the Ghana Football Association are brokered.

Unknown to him, these ‘investors’ were actually private investigators from the Tiger Eye PI agency. They filmed the entire encounter with the FA boss.

Nyantakyi explained that there was finder’s fee for whomever was able to bring sponsors to the table. But before the investors – who he continuously refers to as Sheikhs – could explain how they wanted to go about the deal, the administrator put forward his plans.

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“It’s cool money. Once the deal is sorted, then you get your share and I get mine. We can work it out so we get 20-25%.”

To illustrate how serious he is, the FA boss – himself, a lawyer – immediately drafts a Memorandum of Understanding, from memory, behind a sheet of paper, gets it typed, and makes it ready for signing in their next meeting.

To sweeten the impending deal, Nyantakyi makes more pledges. He promises the investors “serious visibility” in Ghana, pointing out that “Ghana has about 500 radio stations” and so getting their name out there will not be an issue.

He pledges publicity on this network “in Asia and China” to the investors as well.

To make sure that the deal is closed well, Nyantakyi helpfully suggests to the investors that he owns a financial institution which can be used for all their transactions relating to sponsoring the Ghana Premier League.

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Due to the influence he displays, the investors are impressed – and Nyantakyi sees it. He asks for them to make him the local representative of the Shiekh’s company in Ghana, with all its inherent benefits.

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