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Press Statement By Kwesi Nyantakyi On The Investigative Report By Anas Aremeyaw Anas And His Tiger Eye PI Team

Press Statement By Kwesi Nyantakyi On The Investigative Report By Anas Aremeyaw Anas And His Tiger Eye PI Team

Former Ghana Football Association President, Mr. Kwesi Nyantakyi, has released a press statement on the investigative report by ace investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas, titled #Number 12 that purportedly showed the former, and several others taking bribes.

The appalling reality in Ghana today is that the country has no functioning and coordinated Emergency Response System. People who need emergency care simply cannot call for help. Even if they can reach a health facility by telephone, there are only 54 – yes, FIFTY-FOUR – ambulances covering a nation of almost 30 million people.

OccupyGhana® believes that this “No Beds” excuse is a cowardly cop-out, hiding a much deeper problem assailing Ghana’s healthcare system.

OccupyGhana® joins the nation in grieving for Mr. Anthony Opoku Acheampong, reportedly refused care at seven hospitals in Greater Accra, due to the phenomenon of “no beds.” His desperate family watched him die in a car in front of Lekma Hospital in Teshie, in the early hours of 10 June 2018.

All Officials of the GFA, shown to have allegedly committed various acts of misconduct, in the Tiger Eye PI documentary titled Number 12 shall step aside from their positions and steer away from all football related activities with immediate effect.

Press Release: Decisions From June 8th, 2018, Meeting of GFA Executive Meeting

The Executive Committee of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) met on June 8, 2018 and decided as follows: