Ghana forward Kwame Kizito has disclosed why he opted for his contract with Libyan side Al Ittihad Tripoli to be abrogated.
According to the former Hearts of Oak Star, the political unrest in the country informed his decision for the contract termination.
The 22-year-old hitman scored seven goals in his 12 appearances for the club and helped them to win the Libyan Cup.
“I personally terminated my contract with Al Ethihad due to unrest in the country,’’ he told FOX FM in Kumasi.
”The atmosphere at various stadia is mostly terrifying, fight here and there including players at times, playing away matches is very difficult due to security issues, it wasn’t safe for me and I decided to terminate my contract,”
Kizito left Hearts of Oak to join the Red and White lads on a three-year deal during the January transfer window.
Kizito was member of the Black Stars ‘B’ squad that won the 2017 WAFU Cup which was hosted in Ghana.