Albanian authorities have arrested medical officers in connection with the death of Ghanaian footballer, Raphael Dwamena.
This comes barely 48 hours after 28-year-old soccer player tragically died over heart attack during a match between Egnatia Rrogozhine and Partizan.
The awful incident echoed around the world, generating a flood of RIP messages on social media.
According to recent reports on Monday, November 13, medical officers in charge of Dwamena’s treatment in light of his previous condition have been detained.
A renowned Ghanaian sports journalist, Saddick Adams made the revelation during Angel TV’s popular sports show.
He stated that, despite having implants, documentation and agreement papers associated with Dwamena’s participation in the team had been seized for further investigation.
Raphael Dwamena had been cautioned by football officials to refrain from playing, but he chose to undergo an ICD implant.
The purpose of the implant was to detect irregular heartbeats, allowing him to continue playing at the top level, as reported.
However, the Police are yet to comment on the issue as they are still investigating the matter.