- Gospel musician Sonnie Badu has criticized the Ghana Football Association and Black Stars players for abandoning Junior Agogo
- Sonnie Badu claimed that Junior Agogo did not get help from fellow team members and officials when he was down with stroke
- The singer jabbed the player's teammates who are posting his photo and sending out sympathy messages
UK-based Ghanaian gospel musician Sonnie Badu has called out Ghanaian football officials and teammates of Junior Agogo for abandoning him.
According to the singer, the current condolence messages coming from footballers and the GFA is needless because they failed to help Junior Agogo when he was sick.
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In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Junior Agogo told the BBC how the GFA and some friends in the Black Stars team failed to call him when he had stroke.
After posting the video, Sonnie Badu wrote "My brother you are trending. Ghana is talking about you. You cried for help and when stroke hit, you wept on tv and said none of your team mates or GFA had come to see you."
"If only they had shown you this love when you needed it perhaps you would have held on. I will say this again! Ghana must learn how to celebrate their heroes," he jabbed.
Fans on reading the post expressed support for Sonnie Badu's criticism:
@arch.fortune agreed with Sonnie Badu: "This is a problem with humanity...we all show fake love. Where's the love we preach in churches or mosque? Where is the LOVE?"
@joanna.fante commented: "Ooo papa. Have grown to realize that, we celebrate the dead than the living. Very sad."
@empress_sally shared her condolence: "Hmmmm such is life... Rip jnr."
@nanaadwoadwommoh had this to say: "We must indeed learn to celebrate the living...it's sad..Rest well #JnrAgogo."
@takyiwaasiedu supported Sonnie Badu's criticism: "You have it all Sir, it sad though. RIP Agogo."
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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh has published facts and factors that might have contributed to Junior Agogo's death.
Lack of funding, illnesses among others are some of the reasons why Junior Agogo could not live on.
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