My husband is not a murderer, stop lambasting him - Nyantakyi's Wife tells roasters Featured
07 Nov

My husband is not a murderer, stop lambasting him - Nyantakyi's Wife tells roasters

Mrs Christie Marie Nyantakyi, who is the first wife of the former Ghana Football Association boss Kwesi Nyantakyi, has stressed that her husband has not committed any murder and thus his critics should stop chastising him.
The former CAF 1st Vice president has been banned for life by the the world football governing body FIFA after Nyantakyi was captured in Anas video exposé receiving gift of $60,000 which the rules and regulations refrain.
Despite the life time ban, Nyantakyi's roasters have called on the government to prosecute him after it was indicated that the Attorney General provided evidence to FIFA against their former council member.
In an interview with Good Evening Ghana host Paul Adom Otchere on Metro television, Christie Nyantakyi charged on her husband's critics to stop castigating him.
"I've not gathered the courage to watch the full video but the excerpt that I watched I knew that wasn't my husband. The way he was talking is not my husband. Something might have gone wrong. I don't know what they did to him because my husband is very skeptical person; I mean you don't get him to follow you or do things. He doesn't follow people like that," Christie Nyantakyi said.
"Ghanaians should exercise patience, my husband hasn't committed any murder. Kwesi hasn't gone anywhere. He's still in the country and if he's found guilty he's ready to face law and if found not guilty we give grace to God.''
"He has been saying if they (critics) wanted me out, this shouldn't have been the way, he's very worried about that till date,'' she ended.
By: Opoku Augustus @OpokuAugustus
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