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“I Cannot Leave. That Is My Family House” – Randy Abbey Tells Kweku Baako In The Face

It was a reunion of supporters of Accra Hearts of Oak in the studios of Metro TV this morning. ‘Good Morning Ghana’ took off today, Thursday, May 27, 2021 in an extraordinary way as Randy Abbey was joined by Sammy Gyamfi, the National Communications Officer of the NDC and Kweku Baako, Editor in chief of the Crusading Guide newspaper. The two panelists joined the hosts in discussing issues pertaining to galamsey.

Randy Abbey welcomed Abdul Malik Kweku Baako to the show after a long break. It can be recalled that Kweku Baako went missing from political shows after he lost a family member.

Today’s show started when Randy Abbey asked if Sammy Gyamfi was a Kotoko supporter. Sammy Gyamfi responded that he wasn’t and was rather a Phobian. This was backed by Kweku Baako who insisted that Hearts is the best team in Ghana.

Kweku Baako then queried if Randy Abbey was back at Accra Hearts of Oak. “Are You back?” Mr Baako asked. “Am I Back to where? That is my family house. I cannot. I mean I was born with it and I can’t leave. We all have family houses and we strive to build our own houses, but any time there is Homowo, you will go to the family house” Randy Abbey explained. Randy is known to be a vociferous Hearts of Oak fan. 

Currently, Hearts of Oak are leading the Ghana Premier League. Can they go all out and win the league?

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