Baffour Gyan, vice president of Baby Jet promotions has confirmed that Emmanuel Tagoe will be called to order following to public criticisms of Samuel Anim Addo.
Emmanuel Tagoe, who is newly crowned WBO Africa Lightweight champion described Chief Executive Officer of Gyan Investment, Samuel Anim Addo as a ‘selfish hypocrite’ and lacking respect for signing boxer John Laryea without his knowledge plus other arrays of issues in a radio interview.
However, speaking in a short press conference at the Kikibees restaurant inside East Legon, the “tomahawk ” styled haired ‘blond’ former striker entreated all stakeholders to lay down their gauntlet as he addressed the seemingly rhetoric confusion.
“I think I would not say much, what I can say about Game Boy and Samuel Anim Addo’s issue. I was very shocked the first time I heard the news.
“I don’t know why Game Boy made that statement. What I can say is, Samuel Anim Addo has been very good to BabyJet Promotions in everything since day one.
“We are happy working with him, we trust him, he is like a brother to us.
“As I said we don’t know why Game Boy said that so will try to call Game Boy and Samuel Anim Addo to settle issues”.
“And I know Mr Samuel Anim Addo is ready because he also believes in Game Boy. We will call Game Boy to order and settle everything. So that’s what I can say” – Baffour Gyan stated.
Baffour further reiterated his firm conviction of settling matters like a big family.
“I have heard about the issues and as a family, we are going to settle things like any other family.”
Indeed, the presser was very brief but straight to the point with target precision, concise and embraced a connoted conciliatory.
The powerful promotional house is hoping to settle matters like one family and surge forward for the success of BabyJet Promotions.
Baffour is hoping the issue rather draws them closer to foster the course of BabyJet Promotions and their flagship boxer Emmanuel ‘The Game Boy’ Tagoe.
He admonished all present that everything was under control as far as the issue was concerned.
By: Samuel Appiah