Ghanaian musician Ekow Micah says the current decreasing form of Black Stars skipper, Asamoah Gyan is as a result of his denial of having an affair with Sara Kwablah.
According to him, Asamoah Gyan will continue to experience a difficult career as his punishment for failing to speak the truth.
Sarah, a student, is standing trial with three others namely, Osafo Anthony, a 29-year old journalist, Chris Handler, a 24-year old blogger and Ekow Micah, a 43-year old musician, over an alleged sex video scandal involving Black Stars Captain Asamoah Gyan.
They have also been charged with conspiracy and extortion.
Ekow Micah, a Musician and an accomplice, was charged with abetment of crime but they have denied the charges.
Sarah was admitted to bail in the sum of GH¢ 60,000.00 with three sureties after pleading not guilty to the charges of conspiracy and extortion.
Anthony and Handler have also been admitted to a bail of GH¢ 60,000.00 with three sureties.
Micah was also given a bail of GH¢20,000.00 with two sureties before the Court presided over by Ms Afia Agbanu Kudimor.
Ekow Micah speaking in an exclusive interview with Kasapa FM’s Court Correspondent, Daakyehene Ofosu Agyeman claimed Asamoah Gyan was using his money to influence justice.
“Any ordinary citizen would have been jailed concerning rape allegation but the state did not even invite Asamoah Gyan and he is using his money to bully poor people” he added.
An Accra circuit judge, her Honour Ms. Afia Agbanu Kumador has threatened to discharge Sarah Kwablah and the three others in the alleged sex video scandal involving Black Star Captain Asamoah Gyan.
The court adjourned the matter because the state prosecutors were absent as well as Mr. Samuel Anim Addo, Manager of Mr Gyan, who was under cross- examination.
Lawyer for the accused, Lamtiig Apanga told the court to discharge the accused since the case has suffered several adjournments and prosecution is not ready to carry on the case.
According to Daakyehene Ofosu Agyeman, the judge then adjourned the case to March, 16, 2017 with the warning to discharge the accused if the prosecution does not show up in the next adjourn date.