- A talented Ghanaian goalkeeper has been discovered locked up at Nsawam Prison as part of a reformation initiative
- In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the gentleman by name Arhin Aboagye was captured as he made mind-blowing saves in a football match
- The goalkeeper indicates that he deserved to be behind bars due to his past life but is determined to make a great comeback and pursue a great career in goalkeeping
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An extraordinary talent in goalkeeping by name Arhin Aboagye has been discovered behind bars at Nsawam Prison in a rather chilling video report gathered by TV3 Ghana.
Tagged a 'hero behind bars', Arhin was captured in the video sighted by YEN.com.gh as he made mind-blowing saves in a special series on football and reformation that was organized for inmates.
"A hero behind bars. One of the many interesting stories of our special series on football and reformation at the Nsawam Prison is that of Arhin Aboagye, a pure goalkeeping talent with an appetite for making big, bold saves," the report indicated.
Watch the video below:
After an unbelievable performance that was captured as part of the video interview, Arhin Aboagye narrated that he truly deserved to be behind bars as he used to engage in activities that were clearly against the laws of the country.
According to the talented goalkeeper, he had told his parents to allow him to pursue a football career full time but they insisted that Arhin should go to school, which made him become recalcitrant.
Arhin, who could clearly become a superstar in goalkeeping for Ghana, mentions that all that past life is behind him now and he is focused on living right to one day get out of prison and become the great footballer he dreams to be.
The talented keeper mentions and demonstrates special expertise at keeping penalties. According to Arhin, he hates for penalties, in particular, to pass by him and enter the goal post, which is why he has trained himself especially for that.
In other news, it has been revealed that the prominent fact of 50 Cent surviving nine gunshots was made possible by a Ghanaian surgeon by name Dr Moses DeGraft-Johnson.
According to Omgvoice.com who compiled a news report, the long time secret was made public by Lawyer William Bubsey, who is currently representing Dr Moses in his 52-count Federal indictment for committing $23 million insurance fraud.
It was made known at the court that when 50 Cent was fired nine different shots at close range with a 9mm handgun, the Ghanaian surgeon was the doctor that saved him from joining the dead.
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