Kurt Okraku reports Osei Palmer to CID over alleged death threat
Oyerepa Sports has learned that the President of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), Kurt Okraku, has lodged a formal complaint with the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) regarding alleged threats to his life made by Wilfred Osei Palmer, a former GFA presidential aspirant.
In response to the report, Wilfred Osei Palmer, accompanied by his lawyer Kwesi Nyantakyi, a former GFA President, attended an invitation from the CID department last week Thursday.
During their visit, Osei Palmer and his legal representative aimed to present their perspective on the matter and collaborate with the ongoing investigation.
As per Sportsworldghana’s investigation, an individual named David reportedly contacted Kurt Okraku, alerting him to a purported plan by Osei Palmer to harm him. Allegedly, Palmer had allegedly offered David a sum of GHS200,000 to carry out the harm against the GFA president.
According to the report, David expressed a liking for Kurt Okraku and hence chose to inform him of the alleged threat. Additionally, David is said to have requested financial compensation from the FA boss.
Further updates will be provided as the situation develops.