The wait is finally over as the much talked about investigative piece is to be premiered today against the wish of the likes of outspoken legislator Kennedy Agyapong, Akwasi Addai Odike to mention a few.
Tiger EyePi, an investigative outfit, is set to premier its official promo and a documentary dubbed â€œWhen Greed and Corruption Become the Normâ€, an investigation done on alleged cases of corruption affecting the integrity of football administration and officiating in Ghana.
The documentary, which would be shown on at the Accra International Conference Centre at 5pm today, saw the Ghana Police and Criminal Investigation Department (CID) inviting Mr Kwesi Nyantakyi, the Ghana Football Association President for questioning and also to assist in investigation over allegations of false pretense leveled against him for using the President Nana Addo Danquah Akufo-Addoâ€™s name to allegedly extort money from prospective investors.
In a statement signed by Anas Aremeyaw Anas he indicated that, the over two years investigative work was â€œfocused on local leagues, referees, club owners, coaches and the higher reaches of the football administration in Ghana, as well as its connection to continental and global footballâ€.
According to the release, the findings in the documentary â€œtakes a sweeping look at cases of match fixing and its effects on hardworking footballers, compromised match officials and how that contributes to preventable tragedies, corruption within top national sports management and its effect on the countryâ€™s reputation on the global stageâ€.
In the release, the yet to be premiered documentary would seek to answer questions why the senior national team, the Black Stars missed out on the African Nations Cup and the Russia 2018 World Cup and why the local league is in tatters, where the men and women responsible would be named and shamed.
The head of the Tiger EyePI has noted that it is his â€œexpectation that this film would begin an active national conversation on a sport that is loved by many and give well-meaning Ghanaians an opportunity to help build a system that is robustâ€.