Retired FIFA referee Joseph Wellington has expressed great sense of worry over the impending screening of investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas’ video dubbed No.12 Football and Politics video.
The ace investigative journalist will premiere his new work on Ghana Football on Thursday, June 7, with many anxiously waiting.
Meanwhile, in an interview with Ohene Bampoe–Brenya on Happy FM‘s Anopa Bosuo Sports, Wellington, who doubles as the technical instructor of the Referees Association of Ghana, declared that, the forthcoming highly anticipated video premiering has sent shivers down his spine, though he prayed of not being implicated in it.
“You must be worried if something of this kind comes up. You must be worried because it’s a naming and shaming action. It’s not something that should be hailed, it shouldn’t happen; however anything can happen. There are a lot that people need to know,” Wellington stated on Happy FM.
“Myself I don’t know if I’m part of this, probably I’m also part. I won’t isolate myself. So let’s pray it end well.”
The Ghanaian populace is charged up with keen interest to find out which football officials in the West African country have been videoed getting involved in corrupt practices.
By: Emmanuel Owusu Boadi