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Watch Video: Tony Yeboah betrayed me-Poor Founder of Kotoko Babies cries

In an interview on GhPage TV with host Rashad, the Founder of Kotoko Babies named Mr Peter Naami widely known as Agya Peter has recounted his penury and how he suffered in the hands of Tony Yeboah.

A quick one, Mr Peter Naami (Agya Peter) during his early stages in active football was the solid rock in the lives of some notable sports personalities in Ghana like Tony Yeboah, Alhaji Grusah etc. It was through him they have attained success.

Agya Peter sadly chronicling his hardship in life on GhPage TV, he mentioned that Ghanaian former professional footballer, Tony Yeboah has betrayed him. He said it is because of him his life is miserable now.

According to the veteran Ghanaian sportsman, Tony Yeboah then when he saw him was not a player though he (Tony) claimed he was a school team player who played most times.

Fast forwarding, Peter Naami said since the time he started to take full charge of Tony Yeboah’s football career then, he has seen no peace till today. He was at a point arrested and sent to prison for a crime he did not commit.

In tears, Peter Naami said he faced the worst conditions in prison. He slept at the smelly and dirty lavatory for days. Agya Peter as he’s most called was arrested on allegation that he kidnapped Tony Yeboah.

Amid all these trials and temptations he went through, Agya Peter never stopped managing Tony Yeboah because according to him, he saw a bright future ahead of Tony.

Whiles speaking, the Founder of Kotoko Babies revealed that after Tony Yeboah travelled outside the country, he never came back for him to take care of him.

Most worst off all Tony Yeboah sent his church member abroad as manager instead of him. All his toils to see Tony Yeboah went down the drains.

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SOURCE:GHPAGE

 

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