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Case of Sodomy: After the DNA Test, Ghana’s Asamoah Gyan Loses Another Trial

The Accra Circuit Court, chaired by Judge Afia Agbanu Kumador, acquitted and released Sarah Kwablah and three other people accused of extorting money from Asamoah Gyan to prevent the publication of a rape case and sodomy involving the Black Stars captain.

Asamoah Gyan had dragged the four people for conspiracy and extortion after Ms. Kwablah accused the player of raping her.

But the court said the plaintiff was not able to prove his charges against the so-called Sarah Kwablah, Osarfo Anthony, Chris Handler and Ekow Micah.

The facts in this case date back to 2016 when Sarah claimed that Gyan had sodomized her.


Two years ago, Asamoah Gyan had confessed to sleeping with Sarah the first day he met her. According to the footballer, they met on social networks after Sarah sent him a message after returning from the CAN 2015.

Gyan revealed that just after his workouts at STC, he met Sarah and they went to the residence where she slept with her.

Although the captain of the Black Stars confessed to having slept with Sarah, he denied any accusation of sodomy as the lawyer of the young woman, Maurice Ampaw, made him believe in the world.

“I will not deny having slept with Sarah Kwablah, we enjoyed this moment but she distorted the story and accused me of having sodomized her”.

He explained that the young woman and her family had invented the charges to extort money from her, adding that he had been forced by circumstances to tell his wife about it.


Written by How Africa

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