This was after the Ethics Committee of the football governing body requested more footage to investigate individuals involved in the scandal.
On Tuesday the GFA via its website confirmed receipts of the footage from the renowned investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas and his Tiger Eye PI group.
“The Ghana Football Association Ethics Committee has taken delivery of the raw footage of “Number 12 expose” from Tiger Eye PI, “
“The Accra-based investigative organization on June 6, 2018 premiered an anti-graft investigation involving Ghanaian football officials.
“The investigations we’re meant to uncover some unscrupulous behaviour in the Ghanaian football fraternity.
“The Executive Council in February 2020, requested for the raw footage of the “Number 12 expose” in order to deal with the matter which remains one of the key Compliance and Integrity demands from Fifa
“The videos are key components for the Ethics Committee in its work on this governance issue.
“Officials of Tiger Eye PI have also assured the GFA of their preparedness to assist the Ethics Committee in its work.
According to the FA, it will begin work immediately to bring closure to all stakeholders and world football governing body FIFA.
Meanwhile, former FA chief Kwesi Nyantakyi remains banned by FIFA following provisional suspensions after the airing of the 2018 bribery and match-fixing documentary dubbed Number 12.