Former President John Dramani Mahama has backed Sulley Muntari’s walk-off after he was racially abused by fans during Pescara’s Serie A match with Cagliari on Sunday.
Mr. Mahama in a tweet said he stood with Muntari.
The Ghanaian left Pescara with 10 men and revealed he was abused by a child who was sitting with his parents.
He took his complaints to referee, Daniele Minelli, who initially ignored him before booking him for dissent in the 89th minute.
This prompted the former Portsmouth and Sunderland player to leave the pitch in protest.
He angrily confronted Cagliari fans, shouting: “This is my colour.”
By: Rahman Osman/citifmonline.com/Ghana