This evening, reports circulating on media platforms suggests that, the killer Ofankor Landlord by name, Stephen Nii Nana Kamkam who murdered his tenant by gunning him down four months ago over a heated misunderstanding on rent issues has break from Prison (Nsawam). The late tenant who is known as Benjamin Agyare who was a musician rented the house at Ofankor was shot to death after failing to evacuate from the rented house on the deadline the landlord issued to him. Late Benjamin Okyere Stephen Nii Kamkam was
Hearts has done all the necessary checks needed by the board members on Benjamin Yorke .The Samartex chap do have a company in the club already with the name Victor Aidoo.
Hearts of Oak have been in the news for some time now. The news surrounding the club is mingled with good and ‘bad’ news. The club reached and unveiled a partnership deal with Star Assurance, work is ongoing at Pobiman and a new bus has arrived at the end of the Rainbow giants. But, these positive news are also mingled with players leaving the team. Christopher Bonney, Benjamin Agyare, Joseph Esso and others have left the team. There are other players who want to fight their way out, William Denkyi and Kofi
In a bid to bring in reinforcements to ensure Phobia properly challenge for the Ghana Premier League title when the season resumes, they have stepped into the transfer market and has signed four players. The Phobians as part of bolstering squad for the upcoming league season, have renewed the contract of their three key players. Although, the Phobians not long ago parted ways with five of their players which included star man Joseph Esso, Christopher Bonney, Bernard Arthur, Benjamin Agyare and Abubakar Traore.
The fans of Accra Hearts of oak was hit with a very bad news last friday as five of their players were sacked. One among of the five which shocked football loving fans is Joseph Esso. Esso was one of the influential player in Hearts of oak setup. His work rate and involvement in goals in the club's matches makes him arguably the best in the Hearts of oak setup. Benjamin Agyare, one of the five sacked players of Hearts of oak in an interview on Angel 102.9 this evening revealed how his colleague Joseph Esso felt
Former hearts of oak defender Benjamin Agyare has opened up on why he didn’t have a successful campaign with the Continental Club masters. According to the Ex-Hearts of lions Defender, things didn’t happen the way he expected during his stay with the phobians. Speaking to MoTV host Shaban Mohammed, Benjamin Agyare explains that he failed to make impact at hearts of oak because he had a motor Accident which took me away from the club for three months. “I have a motor Accident somewhere last year and
National Chapters Committee(NCC) spokes person, Kobby Jones has discribed the current management of Accra Hearts Of Oak as incompetent in handling the transfer negotiations of players for the club. According to him, the manner in which they handled Joseph Esso's transfer issue was very bad. "Personally Joseph Esso can not be blamed for his exit from the club, neither can we blame the board chairman on this issue, rather we must blame management. "It was never the wish of the player to go for his release
Phobian faithfuls have been dealt with a huge blow as the club announced the sudden depture of kingpin Joseph Esso and four others. Ghanaian giants Accra Hearts of Oak have parted company with five players with immediate effect following their contract expiration with the club. The management of the Never Say Die outfit hesitated on the decision to extend the contracts of defender Benjamin Agyare, Christopher Bonney together with expatriate Aboubakar Traore and notably Joseph Esso and Benard Arthur. The official
Former Accra Heart of Oak centre back Benjamin Agyare has stated that it will be difficult for the continental club masters to find an equal replacement for the workaholic, Joseph Esso. "Esso leaving the club will be the biggest problem for the club. With the role he plays, I don't think they will get his replacement. He really works hard with so much effort". He made this statement in an interview with Saddick Adams " The Sports Obama" on Angel FM’s floodlights show "Even if Joseph Esso wanted 1 billion
Former Hearts of oak defender, Benjamin Agyare has stated that Joseph Esso was willing to extend his contract with the Continental Club masters but the phobian didn’t do enough to keep the Striker. According to him, the club will regret for losing such a great talent like Esso. “I was shocked when the management allowed Esso to leave. Esso was willing and ready to Play for hearts, they should have try as much as possible to keep him” He told ABN Ghana. “Even the Ghc 50 they gave us for transportation,
Ex-Accra Hearts Of oak Center back, Benjamin Agyare has stated that, the lack of football in the country has really affected him and his Colleague players in Ghana and beyond. According to him, the Global pandemic has hit football more than any adventure and can’t wait to return to pitch. After serving the Ghana Premier League giants for close to 3 years, the former Heart of Lions defender has been shown the exit door by the management of the Phobians. Though Agyare said he wished he was still playing for
Former Hearts of Oak defender Benjamin Agyare born in Accra, Ghana has completed a move to newly-promoted Albanian top-flight side FK Apolonia Fier. The former Hearts of Lions defender joins the club on a free transfer after terminating his contract with Ghana Premier League giants Hearts of Oak this August. Agyare will be hoping to rediscover his form in the Albanian league after a torrid times with Hearts of Oak. The rolly-poly defender was released by the Phobians about two months ago after returning from
Former Accra hearts Of oak Defender, Benjamin Agyare says the management of Hearts Of oak should have given more than what Joseph Esso demanded from the club. According to the Experience Defender, The Club didn’t do enough to extend the stay of the black Stars b Striker. “ Hearts should have given more than what he (Esso) demanded just to keep him at the club because when was the source of goals.” “Joseph Esso should have left because his position is more important than where I was playing and I