Following my post yesterday regarding Kwadwo Asamoah’s pull out from the Black Stars and the fact that his pastor had advised he doesn’t play in the team with the Ayew brothers, it has come to my attention that the source of my information was only being overly superstitious without any scientific basis and utterly emotional about the latest injury of the Inter Milan midfielder.
The full story which I promised releasing today has therefore been ignored.
I, hence, want to, first of all retract the post which has already been pulled down from Facebook and Twitter, as well as 442gh.com, and also to apologise immensely to all those affected by my post.
I wish to state that I have no ill-intentions to jeopardize the hard earned reputations of the players or the relationship between the players and create public disaffection for them.
To the Ayew-brothers, especially Andre Ayew, who has been a friend, I am overly sorry for the post and all the pains it has cost you, your brother, the entire Ayew Family and your fans. I admit my mistake and once again apologise for causing you that irresponsible inconvenience. I am really sorry for the post.
And to Kwadwo Asamoah, I am sorry for putting up a post which has caused you, your family and loved ones public ridicule and disaffection. I’m sorry I didn’t mean to create such for you.
Any radio interview I have granted following the post has, therefore, been withdrawn and apologies subsequently rendered.
I’m sorry once again and I pray you accept this retraction and apology in good faith.
Sheikh Tophic Sienu