Oyerepa Sports has gathered that Kurt Okraku, the President of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), has officially filed a formal complaint with the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) in response to alleged threats on his life made by Wilfred Osei Palmer, a former GFA presidential contender.
Subsequently, Wilfred Osei Palmer, accompanied by his legal counsel Kwesi Nyantakyi, a former GFA President, attended an invitation extended by the CID department last Thursday.
During their appearance, Osei Palmer and his legal representative sought to present their viewpoint on the matter and cooperate with the ongoing investigative proceedings.
Additional details indicate that an individual identified as David purportedly reached out to Kurt Okraku, informing him of an alleged scheme by Osei Palmer to cause him harm. Allegedly, Palmer had reportedly promised financial compensation to David in exchange for carrying out the harm against the GFA president.
As per the provided report, David expressed a favorable opinion of Kurt Okraku and thus chose to communicate the alleged threat to him. Furthermore, it is claimed that David sought monetary compensation from the FA boss.