In February 2020, the GFA’s Executive Council requested the raw footage of the “Number 12 exposé” from Tiger Eye Private Investigations, in order to deal with the matter which remains one of the key Compliance and Integrity demands from FIFA.
Subsequently, Tiger Eye PI communicated its preparedness to make the footage available and to assist in any future probe into the matter, but the GFA’s Ethics Committee.
It is, however, unclear the scope of work the GFA intends to do with the material
On June 6, 2018, the anti-graft body premiered an investigation involving Ghanaian football administrators, players, and match officials.
The investigations uncovered and made public, widespread corruption in the country’s topflight division and among some national teams.
The revelations were followed by a prompt move by FIFA, suspending the then President of the GFA Kwesi Nyantakyi for an initial 90 days. Football in the country ground to a halt as all leagues were suspended.
A government intervention then declared the offices of the GFA as a crime scene, as the Kwasi Nyantakyi led administration eventually made way for a Normalization Committee to be established.
The Normalization Committee; a three-member committee led by Dr Kofi Amoah, would occupy the position until last year when fresh elections were held to elect Kurt Okraku as President of the association, while a new Executive Council and regional heads were also elected.