Aduana Stars top marksman, Yahaya Mohammed, has made a clarion call to JE Sarpong, a former head coach of Ebusua Dwarfs to retract his words on his revelation that a lot of Ghanaian players smoke cannabis, ‘wee’ as it is locally called.
According to JE Sarpong, about 60% of Ghanaian players – spanning from the Premier League, Division One and down to Colts football abuse the cannabis herb.
This statement seems not have gone down well with Yahaya Mohammed who has reached out to the veteran trainer to take back his words and apologise to all professional players in the country.
“Coach JE Sarpong must apologize to Ghanaian players,” Yahaya told Kumasi-based Oyerepa FM.
“It is time for people to tell him the truth to some people like him. His comments that about 60% of Ghanaians smoke [cannabis] is very bad.
“I don’t smoke but look at the people he has coached like Asamoah Gyan and others. Does he know 60% of 100?” he quizzed.
“It’s a false statement and he should humbly retract it.”
Yahaya, a former Asante Kotoko player has scored 11 goals in the suspended Premier League, one adrift Nigerien import Victorien Adebayor, and in addition, powered his side Aduana to the top of the summit with 28 points.
By: Kofi Amoah