A Sierra Leonean Man, Abdulai Kemoh Conteh has condemned the actions of Morocco and Paris St-Germain footballer, Achraf Hakimi who has become a trending topic across the world after his wife discovered he owns nothing despite earning millions of Euros as a sportsman in his prime.

During the court proceedings for Hakimi and his wife Hiba Abouk’s divorce, Hiba requested an equal division of their assets. However, it was revealed that Hakimi did not have any assets under his name.

To Hiba’s surprise, it was discovered that Hakimi, who is 24 years old, had transferred all of his assets and funds to his mother’s name. This included millions of dollars in pay, homes, cars, clothes, and jewelry.

According to reports, 80% of everything Hakimi owns has his mother’s name on the title.

Hakimi’s decision to protect his wealth by not registering it under his name has gained international attention, with some praising him for his “wisdom” and labeling him a “living legend.”

However, despite wide commendation, Conteh says the actions of the football star “is not something commendable” adding that trust and confidence was lacking in the marriage.

In his words, “Why would someone marry a person whom they cannot trust with their possessions, both now and even after their death, and instead entrust it to their immediate family? This is exactly what happened in Hakimi’s case…”

He continued quoting the Bible in Ephesians 5:31 which says, “For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife, and the two will become one flesh.” (NIV).

According to Conteh, the phrase “and the two shall become one flesh” essentially means that everything you possess shall be at the prior knowledge of your spouse.

“From a logical standpoint, it appears that Hakimi did not trust himself, which is why he took the action that is now being celebrated as a wise move, even surpassing Solomon. In reality, however, “TRUST” and “CONFIDENCE” were absent from the very beginning of his relationship with his wife, as evidenced by his celebrated actions.”