The midfielder, who played for Gefle has now being freed and could now return to playing football after just a year.
Parents of the Ghanaian footballer confirmed the release of their son on SilverSports with Edmund Osafo Addo amidst excitement and expressed their profound gratitude to the Ghanaian media for the support shown to her whiles their son was serving his jail term.
Information gather before his conviction indicated, a Swedish woman named Maria Magnusson framed up and decided to find a way to grab a final booty from Ghana midfielder Kwame Bonsu.
Kwame Bonsu, 22met her in 2014 when he was playing in the southern Swedish city of Mjölby. They married the following year.
A few months after the wedding he signed a transfer to the town of Gävle, located about 300 kilometres away from Mjölby.
The victim said the rape and beatings took place in the couple's apartment during an evening in November 2015 when he had refused to let her out.
Bonsu repeatedly denied the charges, but testimony from his wife's relatives led the court to believe the victim's version of events.
The player who was initially jailed for two years had his sentence reduced to a year and ten months.
The renegotiated deal is expected to be approved by parliament when the House resumes from recess.
Majority Leader Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu, said before parliament rose last week, that the House needs to “interrogate the figures to know that what we are doing is in the best interest of the country, which explains why [the debate on the deal has been delayed].”
“I spoke to the Finance Minister, I spoke to the Attorney General plus the Minister of Energy and we all decided to tarry a while and have a closer look at it,” the Minister of Parliamentary Affairs said.
The government, on Wednesday, 25 July, laid a paper before parliament for the amendment process to start.
It was referred to the Joint Committee on Finance and Mines and Energy for consideration and report by the First Deputy Speaker Joseph Osei-Owusu.