Mother of Sarah Kwabla, the lady who is accusing Black Stars captain, Asamoah Gyan of raping her, has described the skipper as a beast.
Speaking at a press confab in Accra on Wednesday, the mother of Sarah Kwabla stressed Gyan raped her daughter and later defamed her.
"In my family, we are very, very worried because my daughter is a citizen of Ghana, and me too I am same. The whole issue is worrying because my daughter was raped. I'm sorry to say this, I'm very sorry to say this.
"The guy Asamoah Gyan is a beast. I'm sorry, very sorry. This is very painful because the guy did this and they brought my daughter out that she is an extortionist, blackmailer, gold digger, opportunist. My God!” she said.
The mother also stated that the truth will be out regardless.
"I'm not rich. My late husband was not a rich man. He was just a chief inspector, a station officer. Are you getting me? So the fact that we are not rich are we not Ghanaian too? I believe the president is watching. And the AG is under him. So what is president doing? He can see that ‘no this is not good’, call the case, call the captain for him to answer. If it takes a thousand years, my daughter's name will be cleared,” she noted.
Adding, “If the guy will not come put and say the truth and apologize to the family, whereby the AG and authorities have refused to seek justice for my daughter. By hook or crook, the guy must apologise."
Lawyer for Gyan, Kissi Agyabeng at a press conference organised by management of the footballer in Accra revealed that the Attorney General’s Department has thrown out the alleged rape and sodomy case against the player.
“On Wednesday, 2 December 2015, we were called to the headquarters of the Criminal Investigation Department, Accra and informed that after a careful study of the docket, the Attorney General had concluded that the rape and unnatural canal allegations made by Sarah Kwablah against Asamoah Gyan were totally baseless and that the docket should be closed. In plain language, Asamoah Gyan has been cleared of all of Sarah Kwablah’s allegations of rape and sodomy. Ordinarily, we would not have bothered to address the media. However, lives are involved and reputations have been affected. Right must be put right and wrong must be put in its place.”