Famous Fetish Priest Kweku Bonsam Warns George Afriyie Not To Dare Contest Kwesi Nyantakyi

Renowned Ghanaian fetish priest Nana Kwaku Bonsam has warned immediate-past Vice President of the Ghana Football Association not to dare contest Kwesi Nyantakyi in the 2019 FA elections, insisting he (George) will be shockingly humiliated.
Following his declaration to contest for the presidential election of the Ghana FA about two months ago, there has been extreme tension in the football fraternity as to who becomes the next FA President.
Even though Kwesi Nyantakyi has not declared his intentions of seeking re-election but top members of the football family have been convincing him to rescind his decision to step down after 2019.
While waiting for President Kwesi Nyantakyi to make his intentions known, George Afriyie and other critics of the FA have been consistently attacking the FA and the incumbent pre3sident.
With the growing tension and the tensed atmosphere, respected fetish Kwaku Bonsam has warned the Okyeman Planners owner not to dare contest in the elections.
According to Nana Kwaku Bonsam, Kwesi Nyantakyi is very strong both physically and spiritually, and George will only waste money if he contests.
“Sincerely speaking I have not met both George and Nyantakyi before but spiritually and physically Nyantakyi is stronger than George, if George Afriyie will listen to my advice he should concentrate on his life and forget about the 2019 elections because Kwesi Nyantakyi will be re-elected by attaining ninety percent of the total votes cast,” Kwaku Bonsam told Kasapa Sports.
Kwaku Bonsam again advised the two personalities to settle their differences and stop dragging Ghana Football into the mud.
George Akwesi Afriyie was relieved of his post as Vice President of the Ghana Football Association following a meeting of the Executive Committee on Wednesday.

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