Frank Twum: Former Ghana Premier League striker dies in Bangladesh

Frank Twum: Former Ghana Premier League striker dies in Bangladesh

- Ghanaian striker Frank Twum has been confirmed dead in Bangladesh

- Twum and one other Ghanaian footballer Richard Dzifa Appiae were arrested for possessing 7,500 pieces of Yaba tablets

- Twum before leaving Ghana played for Tema Youth and Hearts of Oak

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Ghanaian football star Frank Twum Ntini has passed on in Bangladesh after a short illness

In a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Ghanasoccernet.com, Twum and one other Ghanaian footballer Richard Dzifa Appiae were arrested and detained in January 2020.

They were charged for possessing 7,500 pieces of Yaba tablets.

Frank Twum: Former Ghana Premier League striker dies in Bangladesh

Frank Twum: Former Ghana Premier League striker dies in Bangladesh
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Yaba tablet contains a mixture of methamphetamine and caffeine and the illicit use of this drug combination has caused problems in South East Asian countries.

According to reports the Chittagong Abahani Limited FC player fell sick while in prison and was sent to hospital.

Twum has been battling for his life for about a week now but unfortunately succumbed to death on Friday morning.

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He played for Tema Youth, Berekum Chelsea and Hearts of Oak in the Ghanaian top-flight.

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Emmanuel Frimpong, 24, son of Dr Kweku Frimpong, the majority shareholder of Ashanti Gold took over from Frederick Acheampong who resigned last week.

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