Former Ghana international Mohammed Polo has kicked against the ‘Free Nyantakyi Movement’, insisting the erstwhile Ghana FA president must come clean on the accusations leveled at him and ask for forgiveness.
The former CAF first vice president, who was then a FIFA Council member, WAFU President had to relinquish his positions following the Anas expose while he had to deal with the Attorney General surcharging him for defrauding by false pretence.
After his ordeal in 2018, most football administrators, who argued Nyantakyi had become a dictator cum tyrant celebrated his infamous exit from the GFA position (from 2005 to 2018) but it appears that some section (if not all) are making a U-turn to plead for Nyantakyi.
But not all and sundry a group of persons have taken the concept pleading clemency for the disgraced football administrator, with 1978 Africa Cup of Nations winner, Mohammed Polo sharing an opposing opinion.
“If Kwasi Nyantakyi will admit that he is guilty and ask for forgiveness, I will support the free Nyantakyi movement,” Polo told Kumasi-based Akoma FM.
“How can I support that move when he has not come out to say he is guilty?” He quizzed.
“He has contributed his quota to Ghana football but as Osei Palma is doing now, he should also fight and clear himself if he thinks he is not guilty,” Polo added.