A Ghanaian hairdresser living in South Africa has purportedly been wounded to death following a contention over the authenticity of Ghana’s punishment against Bafana.
The perished, distinguished as one Yaw Owusu, is said to have connected a few local people in a contention after Ghana’s success over South Africa on Sunday.
The Black Stars booked their spot in the World Cup end of the season games, having beaten Hugo Broos’ side 1-0 on account of a punishment from Andre Ayew.
In any case, the choice to grant the punishment started contention, for certain South Africans blaming the ref for deceiving them.
Reports propose Yaw Owusu, who works at a salon in Durban, was wounded when the contention over the authenticity of the punishment became warmed.
This was uncovered by previous King Faisal radio delegate Obeng Boadu, who at present lives in South Africa.
Yaw Owusu, a 39-year-old man who works at a saloon had a few arguments with his apprentice before the game on Sunday, the argument resurfaced on Monday morning after the controversies on the penalty and he stabbed him to death,” he narrated to Kumasi-based Fox FM.
“We are now trying to find his family members in Ghana. The tension on Ghanaians here are very high. The South Africans have threatened to deal with Ghanaians here after their petition to FIFA.
“We are pleading with authorities to come to our aid here since things may be scarier soon. I don’t think Ghanaians are too safe as I speak to you.”
On Monday, the South African FA reported that it had recorded a protest at FIFA and CAF for the match to be checked on.