Ajax midfielder Kudus Mohammed reveals he is loyal to his motherland and any other news must be regarded as false

Ghana Kudus Mohammed has distant himself from all those citing him after he failed to show up for Black Stars African Cup of nations.

Kudus was included in Ghana’s squad despite recovering from injury. However, his recovery was not on time as he failed to show up in Cameroon.

In a tournament where the West African side suffered a disastrous exit. Reports following Ghana’s exit indicate some players in camp told the Ajax midfielder not to come.

However, Kudus has called on all Ghanaians to treat such news as false.

An official letter from the players camp read:

“On the path to recovery, it is very disheartening with all the aspersions and allegations with inaccurate comments about my national team mates citing me from various media and blogging handles. It highly unfortunate but all these comments are direct opposite of what I stand for.

“I will like to use this medium to distant my self from all unfounded comments and information citing me. I humbly call on all Ghanaians to please disregard and treat it with all the contempt it’s deserves.

“As part of the official squad, I am to blame as team mate. But I believe in Ghana, Ghana runs through my veins. We are with immersed talent and with or without me Black Stars will come back stronger and shine again.”

Kudus Mohammed has over 10 caps for Ghana and will be in contention when Ghana host Nigeria in the World Cup qualifiers play-offs.

Ghana Kudus Mohammed breaks silence
Ghana Kudus Mohammed on duty with Ajax


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