GHc1m judgement against me ‘very awful’, I’ll appeal – Asamoah Gyan

Former Black Stars Captain, Asamoah Gyan has described the judgement of the High Court for him to pay over GHc1 million to one Anthony Sarfo as “very awful.”



Asamoah Gyan also said the judgement does not make any sense and that he will appeal.



The High Court (Financial and Economic Decision) presided over by Justice Ernest Owusu Dapaa on Friday December 8 in his judgement said, the Plaintiff discharged the burden of proof and hold that the manager of Asamoah Gyan set the whole malicious prosecution in motion.



Consequently, the Court entered judgement in the sum of GHc900, 000 in damages to the Plaintiff.



The Court, additionally, awarded the plaintiff GHc111, 000 for 111 months that he lost from his job which was paying him GHc1, 000 at the time.



EIB Network’s Legal Affairs Correspondent, Murtala Inusah, reports that a cost of GHc60, 000 was also awarded against Asamoah Gyan and his manager.



This bring the total sum to GHc1, 071, 000.



Reacting to the judgement in an interview with GHOne TV, Asamoah Gyan said “I will definitely appeal cos (because) it doesn’t make sense,” and “There is no way I should loose that case.”



Asamoah Gyan also known as Beby Jet, shortly after the judgement said “I now heard the judge didn’t collect our evidence and everything.”



He added that, “There is a conspiracy somewhere. I will follow up this time.



The all time leading goal scorer of the National team said, “That judgment was very awful.”


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