Ghana skipper Asamoah Gyan has hit out at renowned presenter Patrick Osei Agyemang challenging him to produce his educational certificates and calling him an illiterate.
Patrick Osei Agyemnag popularly known as Songo is the presenter of arguably the most watched Sports Programme in Ghana, Fire 4 Fire.
Gyan has never missed an opportunity to set the records straight when it comes to issues concerning Songo who he sees as his master in chief critic.
And according to the former Sunderland and for Al Ain striker, Songo is not a journalist and describes him at best an uneducated comedian who is bent on dragging his name into the mire.
“Songo’s programme is a comedy show. People watch to it to entertain themselves. That show is not a serious show that people would have to follow,“Gyan told Hot FM.
“A journalist like that [Countryman Songo] I don’t know where he got his journalism lessons from,” Gyan said
“ He has been spewing lies and deceiving the country, his programme is like a comedy show.”
“He can criticize me but he must do that with fact which I will have no problem about that. If he criticizes me without fact then it means he doesn’t know his work.”
“My advice to him and other journalists is that, they should educate Songo because he is not educated.”
Gyan recently joined a league of extraordinary footballers to have clocked a half a century goals for their country.
He is also widely regarded as one of the greatest African footballers of modern day.
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