The potentially explosive documentary by investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas is alleged to have captured 77 Ghanaian referees and 14 Ghana Football Association (GFA) officials for engaging in acts of corruption.
However, as with most corruption documentaries by Anas, a few individuals are celebrated for their honesty as a result of rejecting bribes. They are Executive Committee Members of the GFA, Kweku Eyiah and John Frederick (JF) Mensah and Chief Protocol Officer at the Ministry of Youth and Sports, Diana Boateng.
The three have been revealed as the people who stood up against being bribed in the exposé titled – #Number 12 – which will be premiered in a few hours in Accra.
According to a report by the Daily Graphic, the two Exco members resisted the attempts to be compromised during a sting operation by Anas and his Tiger Eye PI team to uncover corruption in Ghanaian football.
Both are members of the GFA Executive Committee with Eyiah serving as a Divison One Representative and Mensah, a Premier League Representative.
Eyiah, a lawyer is the Management Committee Chairman of the national U-17 team, the Black Starlets.
He led the team to the 2017 FIFA World Cup in India where they suffered a quarter-final heartbreak as they were beaten 2-1 by African champions Mali.
According to sources, Ms. Boateng who is responsible for acquiring visas for traveling entourage from the ministry refused efforts efforts to get