Boxer Patrick Aloti said that former President John Dramani Mahama was a big fan of him, so he (Aloti) would retire from the sport if the presidential candidate of the main opposition Democratic National Congress offered him a two-room house.
The former WBO welterweight champion from Africa argued with Docta Kay at Accra 100.5FM Nkran Kwanso that Mr. Mahama saw, in Moikia.
However, the boxer added that he was not so lucky to meet Mr. Mahama in person.
"If I meet him face to face, I will ask him for a two-bedroom house and then I can put the box down," he said.
He was charged with assault and prosecuted, after which he posted a bond of C $ 100,000 on three bonds.
As his case continued to be heard in court, Aloti had to apologize.
He regretted the effect the accident had on his career and said that he had lost many fans and loved ones as a result.
I was lucky that Corona arrived at that time. I will say that the case ruined my career because last year, on September 14, I fought for a world title ... ''
Patrick Allotti expressed his regret for the accident.
He added: "I apologized several times and I will apologize because I did not intend to go to the stadium that day to hit anyone."
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