CAF Confederation Cup: ‘We’re Muslims’ – Dreams FC rebuff rumours of juju usage

Published on: 25 April 2024

Ghana’s representatives in the CAF Confederation Cup, Dreams FC, have promptly rejected any claims the club is using juju to aid their run in the competition.

An Arab website reported on Thursday that a journalist working with a media outlet in Ghana claimed the Still Believe lads are using black magic during games.

But, the club’s Vice President Prince Abdul Hamid has outrightly denied all these, alluding to their Muslim faith not allowing them to use such.

Prince Abdul-Hamid said, "We are Muslims, we are furthest from using magic."

"Islam already forbids the use of magic, if it will harm another person, it is prohibited, and this is what we believe in."

"Some Ghanaian journalists are trying to tarnish the reputation of this club, which has achieved great results in a short period; we were founded only 14 years ago."

"We believe in God, and if we qualified for the semi-final to face Zamalek, then it is certainly by His grace."

Dreams FC will take on Zamalek on Sunday in the second leg at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium after the first leg ended goalless in Cairo.