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EXCLUSIVE: Sarah Kwablah turns herself in at Airport Police over conspiracy to blackmail Ghana captain Asamoah Gyan

Published on: 14 August 2015
EXCLUSIVE: Sarah Kwablah turns herself in at Airport Police over conspiracy to blackmail Ghana captain Asamoah Gyan
Sarah Kwablah

Sarah Kwablah, the woman who has accused Ghana captain Asamoah Gyan of rape and sodomy has turn herself in to be arrested by the Police over suspicion of conspiracy.

The young lady was read her rights while being arrested after making an appearance at the Airport Police Station on Thursday.

Kwablah’s arrest comes days after police nabbed musician Ekow Micah in connection with the case.

Preliminary findings from investigations conducted so far points to collusion between Ekow Micah and Sarah Kwablah in the case which has now come to be known as the Asamoah Gyan sex scandal.

Sarah Kwablah at Airport Police Station in Accra.
Sarah Kwablah at Airport Police Station in Accra.
Evidence gathered by the police suggests that the whole case against the Black Stars captain could have been pre-planned by Ekow Micah and Sarah Kwablah in a grand scheme to extort money from the Shanghai SIPG striker.

Kwablah had to turn herself in after coming under intense pressure from the Ghana Police to make herself available to help with investigation.

She claims to have been raped and sodomized by Asamoah Gyan at her apartment earlier this year.

Kwablah made this expose after she was denied certain demands in behind the scenes discussions with representatives of Asamoah Gyan.

Sarah Kwablah
Sarah Kwablah
The whole investigation over collusion was triggered after police arrested an entertainment journalist Anthony Sarfo for attempting to extort money from Asamoah Gyan so as to stop publishing negative stories about the former Sunderland hitman and more crucially to prevent him from publishing a purported video of the sexual act between Gyan and Sarah Kwablah.

Kwablah was later in the evening granted bail while the police continue to prepare themselves for prosecutio

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