The coordinator for Ghana's 2014 World Cup ambassadors has launched a scathing attack on Ghanaian journalists claiming 'God will punish them for spreading lies' about musician Becca having sex with the players during the tournament in Brazil.
Wading into the on-going confusion is the Coordinator for the World Cup Ambassadors, Mrs. Afua Haujato, who has chosen to callâ€“out Ghanaian journalists for peddling falsehood concerning the ambassadors, according to her.
Becca was accused in certain quarters of sleeping with Ghana midfielder Emmanuel Agyemang Badu during the tournament even though the two were not based in the same city in Brazil.
But Haujato insists such reports are calculated to damage the image and reputation of those mentioned in the report.
â€œGod will punish the Ghanaian journalists for spreading such falsehood on the ambassadors for taking Ghc 20,000 and about some ambassadors sleeping with the footballers,â€ she told Andy Dosty on Hitz FM, when she was called upon to answer some of the many nagging questions shrouding the ambassadors and Brazil 2014.
When asked about the speculation about songstress, Becca sleeping with Black Stars player, Agyemang Badu, she stated: â€˜It is sad that people can fabricate and spread such lies. God will punish the Ghanaian journalists spreading such rumours.â€
The saga of Ghanaâ€™s participation at the World Cup, the appointment of ambassadors and the ensuing issues continue unabated
Thereâ€™s so much inconsistency and inaccuracy in what transpired with regards to how much the ambassadors were paid for their roles of raising funds for the Starsâ€™.
On the exact amount given to the ambassadors, she said:Â â€œNobody was paid. The ambassadors got nothing for the involvement in the Brazil campaign. They were only given $250 a day for the 15 days that they were in Brazil, and the amount included accommodation and feeding.â€
Becca has already threatened to take legal action against the websites and newspapers who published the claims insisting she had nothing to do with any footballer and did not visit Maceio where the Black Stars lived.