Kwaku Bonsam has made some assertions as to why Ghana Black Stars are not winning their matches. Nana Kwaku Bonsam is a renowned fetish priest in Ghana. He said the sacking of coach Akwesi Appiah is the main thing that is affecting the black stars team in the realms of the spirit.
He revealed on Kasapa FM that until the country apologises to the former coach, the team will continue to struggle. He said, "The Black Stars are struggling because of three things. Firstly, the leadership of the team must apologise to Akwesi Appiah over the bad treatment meted out to him. Coach Akwesi Appiah left the team with pains and has cursed the team. Until we apologise to him, the team will continue to struggle".
He also added that both the Ayew brothers should not be played together if we want to win our games.
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Source: Ghana Web
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