- Ghanaian striker says it is untrue that he has been kidnapped in Tanzania
- Reports were rife that he has been kidnapped
Ghanaian forward Hans Kwofie has debunked reports he’s being kidnapped in Tanzania.
Reports went viral on Saturday that Kwoffie, who plies trade with Singinda United have been kidnapped in the East African country, days after joining the club.
But the former Medeama and Ashantigold goal poacher says the news is completely false.
‘I am getting calls from all over the place with claims I have been kidnapped. I just can’t believe it," he is quoted by Ghanasoccer.com.
Kwoffie, who once played for the Black Stars of Ghana continued.
"It’s extremely laughable to say the least. It’s a figment of people’s imagination."
"Go and check the official twitter handle of the club. It was written in Swahili that I have started training and so I suspect whoever wrote the story missed the translation."
"I am here and training hard. I have not been kidnapped by anybody and so those reports must be disregarded. It’s extremely shocking to me."
"Some people are too much in a hurry to feel relevant and that’s problematic." he fumed.
Kwofie won the Ghana Premier League goalking award in the 2016/17 Ghana Premier League season after scoring 15 goals.
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