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My father abandoned me when I was only 3 months –Abiba recounts her sad story in tears



A native of Yendi in the Northern Region of Ghana and the lady at the centre of controversy for bringing bad luck to the Black Stars at the World Cup in Qatar in 2022 has broken her silence.

Abiba Azumah an entrepreneur and owner of Abiba Locks has recounted her bitter past where she and her mother were abandoned when she was only three months old.

A teary Abiba in response to allegations by former Chief of Drummer of the Black Stars Joseph Langabel, revealed that her life has always been full of struggles.

“My father left my mother and I when I was three months old. It’s my mother’s blessings that is taking me this far. My madam Auntie Alice who taught me this work has been of immense blessing to me. You have helped pave a way for someone like me. Whoever helped me along the way, I want God to use this issue”, she disclosed.

Joseph Langabel had claimed Abiba who visited the Black Stars hotel to work on the players hairstyles caused the defeat against Uruguay.

Sharing much insight into his allegation of perceived bad luck associated with Abiba, Joseph Langabel said Ghana has always lost in major tournaments anytime “the lady comes around”.

The popular national football team supporter alleged among other things that he questioned the Black Stars team manager why the said lady Abiba was allowed again at the hotel in Qatar a day before the fixture with Uruguay.

“Anytime this lady called Abiba visits the players to work on their hairstyles at the team hotel she’ll be there from evening till the next morning and I’m surprised”, he alleged

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