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…Imaginary Hearts of Oak WhatsApp Group Determines Downfall Of Great Olympics

Anas Aremeyaw Reports. Accra, Ghana.

The virtual world and apps such as WhatsApp and Facebook, have been shifting to mainstream use with speed in recent years. More and more people are discovering its use and influencing issues that are important to them.

The night before the match between Hearts of Oak and Olympics, the Tiger team met with Assistant referees, A.S Malik and Alhassan Badiu, in order to bribe them into favouring Hearts of Oak. Without a doubt, these two teams are the most popular in Accra and the match between them has generated high interest among fans.

Posing as the leader of a WhatsApp group for Hearts of Oak supporters, a Tiger team member narrated their ordeal about how they have been in the relegation zone for too long and asked the Assistant referees to do their best to help them rise to a higher rank.

When the Tiger team member said the Hearts of Oak supporters have organized bribe money of five hundred Cedis (GH₵500) for them, Assistant referee 1, A.S Malik quickly replied: “Oh, it’s not a problem”. His delight was evident as he reached for the money that was meant to guarantee the victory of Accra Hearts of Oak.

The tiger team bribe money worked to perfection as Accra Hearts of Oak won the match by two goals to one. This was as a result of the carelessness of Assistant referee 1, A.S Malik. He awarded Hearts of Oak a corner kick that they did not deserve.

As supporters of Olympics were flabbergasted at the results, the Tiger team members who were present at the match were satisfied. Once again, the Tiger prevailed. The job was done.

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