The former President of the Ghana Football Association Kwesi Nyantakyi has disclosed plans to take legal actions against BBC, ace Investigative Journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas and the Tiger Eye PI over the number 12 undercover documentary.
According to the spokesperson to the former President, Dr Martin Luther Obeng, lawyers of Mr Nyantakyi have been advised to also petition the British Parliament over BBC’s sponsorship of the number 12 documentary.
Speaking on Joy FM, Dr. Obeng stated the apology by Mr Nyantakyi is not an admission of guilt adding that the former FIFA council member is willing to fight the case in court to redeem his image.
Mr. Nyantakyi on Monday denied claims by Anas that he received 65, 000 dollars bribe in the recently aired documentary.
The former CAF Vice President also claimed in his statement on Monday that a demand of $150, 000 was made by a third party representing Anas to drop the number 12 investigative piece.
In his lengthy response, Mr Nyantakyi said he rejected the offer because he didn’t have the said amount to meet the demand.