Ghana Football have been rocked by yet another demise of an ex-footballer after the confirmation of the death of Kwasi Owusu.
Kwasi Owusu, one of the powerful attackers Ghana have ever produced was announced dead at the hospital with an illness.
The ex-Tano Bofoakwa forward’s death comes just a day after the demise of ex-Kotoko and Hearts of Oak star Opoku Afriyie.
Owusu played a big role for the National team where he scored numerous goals.
Just when we are mourning the death of one national hero!!
The GFA has received news of the death of another legend Ex Black Stars & @bofoakwatano forward Kwasi Owusu(Powerhouse).
Our hearts go out to the family in this time of sorrow pic.twitter.com/KQjGOYf5pq
— Ghana Football Association (@ghanafaofficial) March 30, 2020
The Ghana Football fraternity has been dealt with another sad news as Kwesi Owusu, a former Black Stars skipper has passed away in the late hours of Sunday.
Reports say the former Bofoakwa Tano ace died after battling ailment in Sunyani. pic.twitter.com/90LMQ50Oof
— Old Ghana Football (@OldGhanaFootie) March 30, 2020
I woke up to hear the demise of former Ghana captain Kwasi Owusu ‘Power House’.
Owusu never played for a foreign club but local side Bofoakwa Tano. He rose to fame after his heroics in 1970 Afcon qualifiers vs Niger. He scored nine goals in two legs to hand Ghana qualification. pic.twitter.com/WqlUIAK7qx
— Evans Gyamera-Antwi (Ashes) (@ashesgyamera) March 30, 2020
Yesterday was terrible. One of Ghana’s greatest goalscorers, Opoku Afriyie ‘Bayie’ passed on
This morning, Ghana’s 2nd all-time goalscorer behind Asamoah Gyan, Kwesi Wusu ‘Power House’ is confirmed dead.
Kwesi was Black Stars captain for 9 years
Two legends gone in 2 days. RIP pic.twitter.com/1BQS97WWvX
— Saddick Adams (@SaddickAdams) March 30, 2020
Sad to hear the passing of former Black Stars striker, Kwasi Wusu, aka ‘The Powerhouse’.
For a striker of his physique and build, he was a phenomenon in the 1960’s.
They don’t make them like him anymore.
In this Photo L-R: Joe Sam, PSK Paha, Abdul Razak, JK Sam, Kwasi Wusu pic.twitter.com/y2YGZ39m3V
— Fentuo Tahiru Fentuo (@Fentuo_) March 30, 2020
— Asante Kotoko SC (@AsanteKotoko_SC) March 30, 2020