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Ex-Ghana U17 captain Owusu dies

Posted On Thursday, 11th November 2010

Ghana youth international Benjamin Owusu has died after suffering from an illness.

Owusu, who captained the national Under-17 side, the Black Starlets to win bronze at the 2007 African Championship in Togo passed away on Wednesday 10 November in Kumasi.

The former Berekum Arsenals player had been struggling with his health for sometime now after a career stint in Benin.

Source: Ghanafa.org

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. Abrantie - In Da House says:

    OMG, He was soo young!! May his Soul rest in perfect peace.

  2. Man T says:

    Why is life so short?

  3. ATMOSPHERE says:

    may his soul rest in perfect peace.

  4. BIG E says:

    You will forever be remembered as one of our own.. A true soldier who foght well for his country. May your soul be at peace! :(

  5. richard says:

    May he rest in perfect peace The Good Lord will keep him

  6. lil wayne jnr says:

    what sought of news is this…. where is his picture….

  7. Sammy Heywood Okine says:

    oooohhh…. soooo soon…. rip

  8. A Naim says:

    The MONSTER has done it again! RIP OWUSU

  9. COLA says:

    In Africa, we believe in life after death. I believe strongly that he would continue with his footballing talent in the ancestral world. May his soul rest in perfect peace.

  10. boakye forster says:

    why ben u left us so soon,but in all things we should give praise to the almighty God.capitano may soul forever rest in peace,and we people of tafo shall always remember u as a gallant HERO.

  11. laconzy says:

    Benjamin Owusu may ur soul rest in peace

  12. TOPHIC says:

    BEN IS GONE. HAVE EVER ASKED YOURSELF WHEN YOUR TIME WILL COME? BROTHERS AND SISTERS READING THIS PIECE, LET US ALL BEGIN TO THINK THAT IT CAN HAPPEN TO ANY OF US AT ANY TIME. LET’S BE GOOD SERVANTS OF THE LORD SO THAT ANYTIME ‘MR. DEATH’ COMES TO US, WE WILL NOT BE FOUND WANTING.

  13. Alexander Geust says:

    I hate black guys, i hope u die again and again and i would gladly kill u myself





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