"Bring him to us" - Accra Great Olympics calls for talented Ghanaian keeper at Nsawam prison

"Bring him to us" - Accra Great Olympics calls for talented Ghanaian keeper at Nsawam prison

- Accra Great Olympics Football Club has expressed interest in Arhin Aboagye, the talented Ghanaian goalkeeper locked at Nsawam prison

- This comes after Andre Onana, a popular Cameroonian goalkeeper also praised the Ghanaian goalkeeper for his dumbfounding talent

- According to Great Olympics, Arhin is such a talented lad and they'd love to give him a chance

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Popular Ghana Premier League side, Accra Great Olympics, has expressed great interest in the Ghanaian goalkeeper Arhin Aboagye at Nsawam prison whose video has gone viral.

It would be recalled that tagged a 'hero behind bars', Arhin was captured in a video shared by as he made mind-blowing saves in a special series on football and reformation that was organized for inmates.

Not long after that, another report was shared that 23-year-old Cameroonian goalkeeper Andre Onana had recognized the profound talent and ambition of Ghanaian goalkeeper Arhin Aboagye who is locked behind bars at Nsawam Prison.

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Onana was very impressed by the talent and relentless ambition of the Ghanaian goalkeeper and decided to motivate him with a signed jersey and gloves.

Now, the latest group to join in the praise and admiration of the super-talented Ghanaian goalkeeper has been the Great Olympics Football Club.

In their post on the official Twitter handle sighted by YEN.com.gh the club's words were:

"Bring him to us...we'd love to give him a chance. Such a talented lad"

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In other news, Ghanaian Afropop, dancehall and reggae singer Livingstone Etse Satekla, popularly known as Stonebwoy has finally released photos of his BHIM shop at Ashaiman.

It would be recalled that after the shop was opened, YEN.com.gh reported on the prices of the products that were at the shop but the photos were never shared.

From the photos seen by YEN.com.gh, the products – shirt, slippers, and Lacoste, all have Stonebwoy’s signatures appended on them.

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