Ghana FA President Kwesi Nyantakyi will make his highly anticipated appearance before the 2014 World Cup Commission of Inquiry on Tuesday.
The GFA boss is believed to have received an official notification from the Presidential Commission to make an appearance on Tuesday.
Nyantalyi is expected to be accompanied by chief lawyer of the Ghana FA Thaddeus Sory who impressed in his debut appearance at the commission while representing members of the GFA’s Executive Committee last week.
The Commission, having taken evidence from all the chairman of the various Ghana national team is now set to zoom in on the Black Stars where Kwesi Nyantakyi is the chairman of the management committee.
This therefore appears to make Nyantakyi a target witness since he is the lead man of the prime subject of the commission – Ghana’s participation at the 2014 World Cup.
It also means incriminating evidence given by the affable lawyer could be used against him in a subsequent criminal or civil prosecution.
Nyantakyi will be expected to give evidence of the team’s financing history, their preparations and also give a vivid account of the disquiet in the Black Stars camp during their poor campaign at the World Cup in Brazil.
He is also expected to give recommendations on the way forward for the team.
A lot of interest will expectedly be ignited when Nyantakyi makes his appearance on Tuesday.
The premises of the public sittings – the Media Center of the Accra Sports Stadium – is expected to be packed with journalists and other interested persons on Tuesday.