Ghanaian footballer, Kingsley Sarfo, who was jailed for two years and eight months in Sweden after being found guilty of two child rape charges in 2018, has been released.
According to reports, Kingsley Sarfo was released from the Sweden prison earlier this week on the ground of good conduct.
In 2018, Sarfo was charged to court for having sexual activities with under gare girls which he pleaded not guilty to the allegation and also stated that he didn’t know the girl was underaged. There were other claims that he had been involved in several sexual activities with under-aged girls since he joined Malmo FF.
The Malmo FF player jailed over the incident according to the case presented at the Malmo District Court, occurred in September 2016 and June 2017. Sarfo has now been deported to his home country, Ghana immediately after being released from Swedish Prison.
Sarfo who is a known midfielder is now in his country and planning to restart his career with a local team in Ghana.
He is now the second Ghanaian player to have served time a prison in the European country after Kwame Bonsu.