Yes, Kwesi Nyantakyi is the figurehead here. He is by far the most high profile personality who has been implicated in the Anas Aremeyaw Anas Number 12 documentary that looked into the rot inherent in Ghanaian football.
We have discussed a lot about Kwesi Nyantakyi and how he brought his A game to convince a foreign investor to bribe his way in order to be presented with a buffet of Government of Ghana project from which he can choose from.
Kwesi Nyantakyi described it as taking over the country.
However, through it all, from their initial meeting to another meeting in Morroco, one person was by Kwesi Nyantakyi’s side.
He is Abdulai Alhasan, affectionately known as Abu, the owner of Bolga All Stars, the President Northern Regional Football Association and a GFA Executive Committee member.
When he was sworn into office by his boss, Kwesi Nyantakyi, Abu became the youngest member on GFA Executive Committee member.
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then, he became Kwesi Nyantakyi’s, right-hand man.
Before Abu went into football administration, the 31 year-old was a player who spent close to 6 years in Europe.
Abu played for former Ghana Premier League side St. Mirren before moving to Dutch side FC Utrecht.
He is Kwesi Nyantakyi’s ride or die guy.
They ruled together, now they might go down together.