Jojo Luke: This Is Ghana Juju Is Involved – Nana

Ghanaian broadcaster Journalist Nana Yaa Brefo has asked Black Stars Goalkeeper Joseph ‘Jojo’ Wollacott to leave the Ghana national team in peace of get himself in Juju.

The advise from the reporter came after a Goalpost at the Baba Yara stadium fell on the shotstopper on Tuesday.

Tuesday during a warm-up training at the Ghana’s biggest stadium ahead of the Angola AFCON qualifier fixture, a fitted goalpost mysteriously fell on the goalie.

He was attended to by the team’s medical personnels to ascertain the level of his injuries.

Reacting to the mysterious incident, Nana warned Jojo to leave the national team camp with immediate effect, or risk losing his life.

There’s Juju in Ghana football

“Jojo Wollacott should listen to this advice this morning. If he doesn’t understand Twi, someone should explainit to him, he should leave the Black Stars for them,” she said on Angel FM’s morning show on Wednesday morning, and was quoted by GhanaWeb.

According to the fiery journalist, former Ghanaian superstars like Asamoah Gyan admitted players in the Black Stars use juju.

She suggested Jojo should engage in spiritual fortification if he wants to succeed in the national team.

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“I’m tell him that if he doesn’t want to quit the Black Stars too, then he should seek protection. This is Ghana, so he should find his way.”

The other day, one goalkeeper said he was seeing tigers while in the goalpost for Ghana. Even Asamoah Gyan admitted that there is Juju in the game, so Jojo should take a cue,” she concluded saying.

Jojo, born in England is still with the Ghana national team after medical team confirmed his injury is not serious.

It is however, still a doubt if the 26-year-old, will recover fully for the Angola match.

The Black Stars will welcome Angola at the Baba Yara stadium on Thursday, 23 March, 2023.

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