Former Black Stars shots stopper Richard ‘Olele’ Kingston has rendered an unqualified apology to his former teammate Junior Agogo following the latter’s revelation about being neglected after he got sick.
The former Black Stars striker was diagnosed with a devastating stroke which got him bedridden two years ago.
Featuring in a BBC documentary ‘Speechless’, Agogo opened up on his battle to regain his speech after suffering from the ailment and further revealed that he was no longer in touch with his former international teammates since he suffered the stroke.
But in a quick response by one of his teammate, Richard Kingston stated that he lost touch with Junior Agogo a couple of years ago and only found out about his illness recently.
Richard Kingston indicated that the former striker was always in his thoughts and prayers and urged him to fight on. He apologized to the Junior Agogo and his family on behalf of all the players who had abandoned him and begged for his forgiveness.
“Sometimes when you have friends from the beginning and they betray you like this it’s very painful so I understand him…” Richard Kingston stated
“I’ll like to apologise on behalf of some of the players who couldn’t reach out to Junior Agogo and his family that maybe we have neglected him at this point but all the same I believe that we are in spirit with him so we wish him speedy recovery”, he added