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Former GFA President, Kwesi Nyantakyi Banned Forever

Former GFA President, Kwesi Nyantakyi Banned Forever
FIFA bans Ghana's Former GFA President Kwesi Nyantakyi
 forever; fines him over GHC 2.4 million 

Previous Ghana FA President, Kwesi Nyantakyi has been 
prohibited for life by world football overseeing body FIFA. 

As indicated by FIFA, Nyantakyi is prohibited from 
participating in all football-related exercises and the
 boycott produces results quickly. 

The existence boycott pursues broad examinations by FIFA's Adjudicatory 
Chamber of the Independent Ethics Committee into the lead of Mr Nyantakyi 
who was caught in a touchy uncover by Ghanaian specialist Anas Aremeyaw Anas. 

The adjudicatory chamber discovered Mr Nyantakyi liable of having damaged Article
 19 (irreconcilable situation), Article 21 (Bribery and defilement) and Article 22
 (Commission) of the FIFA Code of Ethics, 2012 release. 

Mr Nyantakyi has moreover been fined 500,000 Swiss Francs (over GHS 2.4million). 

As indicated by a FIFA explanation, Mr Nyantakyi was informed today about the 

This conveys to a miserable end of the sparkling vocation of the man considered 
as the best GFA President in the historical backdrop of Ghana football. 

Nyantakyi ruled as GFA President for a long time and helped Ghana's Black Stars
 to meet all requirements for three progressive FIFA World Cups (2006, 2010 and 2014).
 Nyantakyi ascended through the positions to wind up the Vice President of the 
Confederation of African Football (CAF). He was exceptionally tipped to assume 
control from current CAF President Ahmad sooner rather than later. 

Kwesi Nyantakyi was at first suspended on June 8 for 90 days by the adjudicatory 
council of Fifa's free Ethics Committee. The boycott was later reached out for an 
extra 45 days on September 6. 

What's Nyantakyi's wrongdoing 

He was shot in a covert examination by cunning Ghanaian writer Anas Aremeyaw 
Anas taking $65,000 (£48,000) from a covert columnist putting on a show to be a

Not long after the restriction on 8 June Nyantakyi surrendered from the posts he 
had held with football's reality overseeing body, Fifa, and the Confederation of African 
Football (Caf). 

He cleared out his job on the Fifa Council and moved to one side from his jobs
with Caf including as first VP, the most senior figure at the confederation after its leader, 

And in addition the Fifa suspension Nyantakyi additionally surrendered as leader of the 
GFA on 8 June following an official advisory group meeting. 

Nyantakyi has dependably denied any bad behavior.

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