- Countryman Songo was a host of a television program Fire-for-Fire. He had often blasted officials of the GFA for various reasons but he was ridiculed, insulted and tagged as “disrespectful” by the GFA. Kwame Sefa-Kayi has sung the praises of Songo, saying Anas’ expose would vindicate him
Radio personality Kwame Sefa Kayi has indicated that Countryman Songo would be applauded if Anas’ video on corruption in the GFA is released.
Kwame Sefa Kayi has hinted that Anas’ investigative work which is yet to be released will let Ghanaians see the good works Patrick Osei Agyemang, popularly called Countryman Songo has been doing for Ghana over the years.
A teaser of the investigation by Tiger Eye PI released on Tuesday, May 15, sparked conversations about what is to be expected when Anas Aremeyaw Anas finally spills.
The former host of the popular sports show ‘Fire for Fire’ has been the number one critics of Ghana football, having branded the league as a poor one and tagged the officials of the Ghana Football Association as very corrupt.
His frequent criticism of Kwesi Nyantakyi, the President of the GFA landed him a suspension by the management of Multimedia.
Multimedia even went ahead to dissociate themselves from a defamatory suit against Songo for some comments he made against Nyantakyi, which even led to his dismissal as host of ‘Fire for Fire’.
However, Kwame Sefa Kayi believes that Songo’s ‘glory’ will shine again after Anas airs his investigative work on Ghana football.
“I have not said I have watched the video but when we talk about football it involves referees, GFA officials, and other personalities.
“But after the video, my brother Songo will be applauded for the good work he has been doing for mother Ghana,” Sefa Kayi said.
The popular investigative journalist is set to release his latest piece which has been titled “Number 12” on June 6th, 2018 at the Accra International Conference Centre.