- Asamoah Gyan and his brother Baffour Gyan have allegedly assaulted the CEO of Websoft Solutions, Godwin Martey
- This reportedly happened during a tennis game between Asamoah and Martey
- Baffour, being the umpire, is said to have ‘stolen’ points for his brother
- Martey got uncomfortable and decided to quit playing and this got Baffour assaulting him
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The CEO of Websoft Solutions, Godwin Martey, has accused Asamoah Gyan and his brother Baffour Gyan of physically assaulting him.
Martey reportedly disclosed this in an interview with Oman FM, where he narrated what happened.
According to him, he and Gyan were playing tennis at the 37 Army Officer’s Mess tennis court on the evening of Wednesday, October 14, 2020, with Baffour as the umpire of the game.
However, he realised that Baffour was 'stealing' and awarding points to his brother Asamoah when he did not deserve it.
Tired of that, Martey said he decided to stop playing the game altogether and go sit somewhere to relax.
Baffour, he said, threatened him to come and finish up, but, when he refused, Asamoah Gyan's brother walked up to him and started slapping him.
"He came up to me and started hitting me saying my friend go over there, go there and play the game. When I refused, he started beating me up," Martey reportedly said.
This is contained in a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on pulse.com.gh.
Martey said he threatened the brothers that he was going to report them to the police. Baffour, he revealed, dared him to report to "any court or any police station", adding that "they can't do anything".
The Websoft CEO has said he will never let this go, stressing that he will sue the two brothers on tortuous liability on civil case and press the police to charge them criminally.
Asamoah Gyan and his brother are yet to react to this allegation.
The international football star was in the news recently for celebrating the birthday of his first son, Frederick Gyan.
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