Kwesi Nyantakyi[/caption] Beleaguered former GFA boss, Kwesi Nyantakyi has instructed his lawyers to “urgently” appeal against FIFA’s decision banning him for life in all football related activities. Mr. Nyantakyi said the decision by FIFA was “unfair, harsh and unwarranted”, hence his decision to get it quashed. “Even though I have already resigned from all my football positions, it is important I establish the facts with the sole aim of clearing my name.” He was banned by the world football governing body on Tuesday after investigations into a petition filed by ace investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas following the latter’s video documentary detailing inherent corruption in football administration in Ghana and other African countries. Several football administrators and referees have been suspended or banned as a result of the documentary. Read: Fifa bans Kwesi Nyantakyi for life Meanwhile Anas has spoken about FIFA’s verdict on Mr. Nyantakyi, saying his aim was to get the system to work again. ” I am not one person who loves to rejoice over somebody’s misfortune, I think that I fought a system and not a personality,” he told journalists at the ongoing African Investigative Journalism Conference at the Witwatersrand University in Johannesburg, South Africa. “There are real problems in our society. When you have extreme disease, you would have to look for a remedy. I would always look out for extreme remedy as I have always said, extreme remedies are the most appropriate for extreme diseases,” he said. But Mr. Nyantakyi in a statement said he is “shocked and deeply sad” by the turn of event and would therefore seek redress.