The 1978 Ghana winning squad member who captained the team to qualify in Zaire under the late Fred Osam Duodu for Libya in 1982, but could not play in the ‘82 tournament because he traveled to taste professional football in Egypt, Cote d’voire, Gabon and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) said it is very sad that after his toil on the field, somebody want to steal his bonafide property.
Adolf Armah hinted this writer that he was informed by some close friends who went to the area and saw that his once bear land had been developed by construction of a wall and gated.
When he sent emissaries to check on the developer, he was not found, however other sources claim he used to travel abroad with the former President John Mahama of the NDC government.
He said there are some unscrupulous people in the system who are tarnishing the image of respected personalities and they must be made to face the law.
“I have decided to come back and settle at home, after many years abroad to contribute to my country’s development, and look at what someone is trying to do” RolanDanster as he is popularly called expressed.
He wondered if there is no law and order in Ghana, that some unknown person can construct a wall on somebody’s properly and legally acquired property.
Although he had been assured by one Queen that he will get back his land, he is not comfortable with the situation and needs further legal advises on what action to take.
He was a member of the Famous Hearts 77 team. He played for the Phobians from 1975 to 1983, he returned to coach the club briefly.
He commended organisers of the FINEST 22 Footballers and the Ghana @ 60 Football Match between the top two clubs.
By Sammy Heywood Okine