The midfielder for the Phobians tried a lot of break ups in his contractual issues. The player attended his colleague players wedding in Ghana but did the necessities by making everything his own way.
Afutu is a well connected and caring friend of Joseph Esso who was considered as the prodigal son for Hearts of Oak management and supporters. He decided to leave the team as a free agent.
Joseph Esso went through what Benjamin Afutu is also going through as his contract keeps pending with further negotiations. Afutu came to the club and was earning GHC600 per month but now he is going to get more than GHC6000.
This amount is not in the same bonuses but different ones. We can see him as a well vexed and relaxed player by all standard. Afutu attended the wedding in a grand style which kept him more busy than any other personality not even the groom (Esso).
We are all praying for most players to tie their knot with some ladies who are much prepared in the country. Afutu stealing the show means he have to get prepared for the task ahead.
As he is negotiating with his team, he should also prepare to be a responsible man by getting his soul mate to marry.
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