From Francis Owusu-Ansah, Sunyani
The beleaguered former president of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), Kwasi Nyantakyi, is set to meet the people Sunyani and its environs on corruption allegations in Ghana football, as captured by ace undercover journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas.
The explosive uncover project, code named “Number 12”, which has attracted widespread condemnation, is expected to be shown this evening at 8pm at the 2,000-capacity Eusbett International Conference Centre (EICC) in Sunyani.
“Number 12” has already premiered in Accra and Kumasi, sending shocks down the spines of viewers and left tongues wagging as to what next after the exit of the former football capo.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Sunyani-based Suncity FM, through whose instrumentality “Number 12” is making a stopover in Sunyani, told The Chronicle that said the impending show follows a collaboration with the management of Eusbett Hotel Limited and other affiliate radio stations such as the Space, Moonlite, Storm, BAR, Sky and Ark FM all in Sunyani.
He said: “Suncity Radio does not exist solely for profit making,” but the public interest, and this means to ensure the holistic development of Brong-Ahafo and the entire nation.”
Mr. Antwi said he was informed to contact the Tiger Eye PI team, the Ghanaian Private Investigation Agency that did the work, to bring the investigative piece to Sunyani, because, “if it has been shown in Accra, Kumasi, and would go to Tamale, then why not Sunyani too?”
He said: “I arranged for it to come to Sunyani” because that investigative piece has a lot of lessons, not only for public officers, but, indeed, everybody in a position of responsibility. Most people from Sunyani travelled to Kumasi to watch the football movie, but are still finding their way to the EICC for a second view.