Kudus Honored With Mural In His Hometown, Family Excited After Scoring For Ghana

Kudus Honored With Mural In His Hometown, Family Excited After Scoring For Ghana

Black Stars Talented player, Kudus Mohammed, has been honored with a mural in his hometown, Nima.

The 22-year-old Ajax player is playing brightly in his World Cup debut. So far, he has been Ghana’s top player, contributing three goals in two games. 

Kudus set up Ghana’s first goal in Qatar, a brilliant pass to Andre Ayew, who scored in the 3-2 loss to Portugal, and then he became the first Ghanaian to score a World Cup brace in Ghana’s second match against South Korea on Monday, inspiring the Black Stars to a 3-2 victory that increased Ghana’s chances of qualifying for the knockout stage.

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A local artist made a painting and shared his motivation for it in honor of Kudus’ outstanding performance in Qatar.

According to him, Kudus competing in the global tournament and shining is a “dream” and “inspiration” for the young ones in the community. He believes the midfielder is changing the “negative” narrative about Nima.

“A lot has been said about this community, mostly negative stories, and we are trying to change the narrative through our work. I’m doing art. I’ve painted around like six continents out of seven, and Kudus is carrying the dream away, so I feel it’s an honour to paint him and tell a story to inspire the young generation to move out of their comfort zone and make it,” he told TV3.

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In another video, Accra-based television Citi Tv visits Mohammad Kudus’ relatives in the Nima district (a suburb in Accra). 

Family of Kudus and his neighbors spoke highly of the youngster who scored a brace for the Black Stars following their match against Korea, stating he has been a wonderful player since day one.

One of his Grandmother remarked that when Kudus first began playing football, they disliked because they wanted him to go to school, but he desires to continue playing, meaning that he is meant for greatness.

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“We advised him to stop playing football and focus on education since we thought it would make him a more prominent person, but he continued to play because he was passionate about it.— Kudus’ Grandmother said.

“When asked if they celebrated him when he scored the goals for the Black Stars, his auntie stated, “I was really happy and excited watching grand son lifting Ghana…” I didn’t know what to do at the time, but I danced very well to celebrate him—She concluded

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Eben Mugeez

Eben Mugeez is a publicist who owns Hello Vybes, covers and publish stories about celebrities, entertainment news in Ghana, Sports, Economic, Business more.

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