I advised Solomon Nyantakyi to quit drugs – Godfred Adofo

Sports News of Wednesday, 12 July 2017

Source: footballmadeinghana.com

2017-07-12

Solomon Nyantakyi Drugs.jpegSolomon Nyantakyi

Ghana midfielder Godfred Adofo revealed that his former Parma team mate Solomon Nyantakyi went into hard drugs and joined gangs despite series of advise he gave him.

Nyantakyi confessed on Wednesday afternoon that he murdered his biological mum Patience Nfum and sister Magdalene Nyantakyi at their apartment on the sixth floor at via San Leonardo close to the train station of Parma on Tuesday night.

Adofo emphasized that it was less than a month ago that he met Nyantakyi and picked him in his car and drove him home as he continued to advise him to quit drugs.

“Solomon was a cool guy but changed at once, About 3 weeks ago I picked him in my car and dropped him home as I continued to advise him to quit every bad life he is living and come and train with me,” Adofo told footballmadeinghana.com exclusively

“Solomon is one of the naturally talented players I have ever seen, he plays with both legs. I even wanted to recommend him to my agent Oliver Arthur. The drugs and bad company he entered ruined his life”

“I have been very down since morning when the news broke out,”

Both Adofo and Nyantakyi were playing for Parma before the team went on administration two years ago.

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