FIFA President Gianni Infantino obstructed by Kwasi Nyantekyi

by: michael eli dokosi /                                   

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With FIFA President Gianni Infantino’s visit to Ghana, many didn’t waste a photo opportunity so when he conferred with President Akufo-Addo, a photo was needed to mark the occasion as well as for posterity sake.

But one of such photos purportedly from the seat of government has generated anger, bemusement and even mockery when the guest, Gianni Infantino appears to have been shaded or his view blocked by GFA head, Kwasi Nyantekyi.

For some, the photographer should have placed Infantino next to President Akufo-Addo rather than being obstructed.

Others hold Kwasi Nyantekyi will have numerous opportunities to visit the Flagstaff House unlike the FIFA President so he ought to have been considerate while others hold the view, the photographer simply did a poor job.

FIFA President  Infantino with President Akufo-Addo
FIFA President Infantino with President Akufo-Addo

It must however be said that despite the poor effort in the group photograph, the photo involving Nana and Gianni look appealing.

Perhaps it’s time for some orientation for the communications guys at the presidency to save themselves and leadership needless embarrassment.


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