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Ghanaian Journalist Apologises For The Fake KZN Stabbing News He Reported

A ton has occurred since last Sunday when Bafana played a significant 2022 World Cup qualifier match against Ghana, there has been a great deal of discussion encompassing that game, the Senegalese Maguette Ndiaye was on top of the plan after he granted the Black Stars a delicate punishment that gave Ghana a significant triumph, leaving Bafana players in tears since they were nearly there, South Africans were left with sore hearts after Bafana created a heavenly exhibition all through the whole qualifiers just to lose in such way.

At the point when South Africans were all the while attempting to grapple with the way that they were taken out of the competition in a fairly difficult manner, when they were all the while hanging tight for the results of the examinations by the Federation of International Football Association, news broke by a Ghanaian writer who dishonestly announced that there is a Ghanaian National who was cut horribly in South Africa when a contention guarantee about the authenticity of the punishment and that ended up being phony information since no such occurrence happened anyplace in South Africa. 

Subsequent to understanding the error, Nuhu Adams brought down the post on the entirety of his online media stages and later wrote a statement of regret for distributing unconfirmed news which might have actuated savagery between South Africans and Ghanaians, he conceded that he was misdirected by his Source and succumbed of detailing the news which were unsubstantiated. 

"Statements of regret to everybody impacted by my post of a homicide in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. The wellspring of the news misdirected me and everybody corresponding to it," he said. 

In spite of saying 'sorry' Nuhu went the extent that deactivating his Twitter handle since he was unable to take the measure of misuse he was proceeding with South Africans venting their indignation since he discolored the I age of the nation making South Africans look like awful individuals to the world. 

The punishment triumph has started a ton of discussion and individuals have been saying a ton of things, yet a day will come where FIFA will stop every one of the theories encompassing that qualifier game. 



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