Former Ghana Football Association president Kwesi Nayntakyi has agreed to finally offer his club Wa All Stars for sale
Following former FIFA Executive Council Member’s slap with a lifetime ban by FIFA’s Adjudicatory Chamber of the Independent Ethics Committee, the bankroller has agreed to sell the club out.
However, according to a reporter of Silver FM in Kumasi who spoke to this portal thepublisheronline.com, the management members and the club owner Mr Nyamtakyi held a meeting last week after the ban and have finally arrived at a decision to sell the Wa-based club.
Meanwhile, management members of the club will be meeting chiefs and the supporters in Wa to explain the motive behind the decision.
Wa All Stars booked qualifications to the top tier of Ghana football on March 28, 2007. Eleven years ago, and down the lane, they find themselves as one of the powerhouses in Ghana football.
Wa All-Stars having joined the top flight won the premier league and a Super Cup.The club was registered in the Upper West regional division two season in December 2005.
Mr Nyantakyi was filmed in an undercover investigation by ace undercover journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas taking $65,000 (£48,000) in a documentary titled NUMBER 12.
The renowned administrator was found guilty of violating three FIFA codes of conflict of interest, bribery and corruption, and commission after being caught in an investigative documentary on politics, corruption, and match-fixing in June.
Soon after the public showing on 8 June, the longest-serving Ghana FA boss, resigned from the positions he held at football’s world governing body, FIFA and the Confederation of African Football (CAF).