Top players from the Black Stars camp have threatened to snub Ghana’s invitation ahead of their crucial 2022 World Cup play-off against Nigeria over allegations of the use of black magic by some players.
Few days after their disappointing outing at the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon, reports in several Ghana media outfits revealed that players had brought in witchdoctors – juju makers – to their hotel in Cameroon for self-fortification
Most notably among the players threatening to quit the national team, include Arsenal’s Thomas Partey, Ajax Mohmmed Kudus and Leicester City Daniel Amartey.
According to reports, Kudus who recently recovered from injury, said it was confirmed to him by his spiritualist that one of his teammate in the national team was working against him.
Kudus has threatened to quit playing for the national team.
Arsenal’s Partey, who has also threatened to quit national duties, had reported to the technical team during their AFCON campaign that one of the senior players brought in his personal voodoo priest to the camp at midnight and at every 1:00 AM according to him, they hear a chanting word from the player’s room (very noisy) but no decision was taken by the technical team.
The news comes as a huge blow to the Black Stars who are scheduled to host Nigeria’s Super Eagles in the first leg of the 2022 World Cup play-off in March.