Guinea coach Paul Put accused of impregnating a young Guinean girl

Guinea’s National team coach of  Paul Put faces a legal battle from a young Guinean girl, who accuses the Belgian of denying the paternity of her pregnancy.

The lady,whose name is abbreviated as M. K.S, is reported to have filed a complaint at the police in Conakry against the 62-year-old Put, according to a report on Thursday by the website  .

The former Burkina Faso and Kenya national team boss  was appointed coach of the Sylie National in March 2018.

According to information, after several negotiations to convince the country’s national team coach to recognize the paternity of the child, the lady.

The complaint was registered and the young woman was interviewed. However the Belgian is to be eminently summoned to explain himself to the police.

M.K.S reveals having had a romantic affair with the Belgian and that they had sexual intercourses.  A few months ago, she announced to her Belgian lover to have contracted a pregnancy but the former footballer from Antwerp denied responsibility.

More than 4 million Guinean Francs to close the case

So far, the coach denies the paternity of the child. Despite this, in the evening of Wednesday, February 6, two emissaries of Mr. Put would have handed more than 4 million Guinean francs in cash to M.K.S to pay the costs of her rent and food but condition that the lady signed a document that will eternally stop from “stop pissing off” the coach. We learn that the young mother would have acquitted herself of this signature.

Paul Put is yet to make an official comment over the issue that has gone viral the Guinean media

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