Ghana President, Nana Addo Danquah Akuffo-Addo made a revelation about the club he supports in Ghana. It is an open secret that he is a Tottenham Hotspur's fan but no one knew the club he supports in his own country.
In the video circulating around, President Akuffo Addo revealed the club his family supports in Ghana. According to him, his father was a great fan of Accra Hearts Of Oak. He revealed to the Hearts Of Oak officials who were present that his family was divided in terms of sports because he had uncles and aunties who were fans of Kotoko and other Ghanaian football clubs like Olympics.
Kwame Asare-Obeng popularly known as Aplus has reacted to this revelation by President Akuffo Addo. According to Aplus, President is lying because he knows him. This statement by Aplus is to suggest that, the president is a supporter of Asante Kotoko but wants to play it safe so that Kotoko fans do not bore him.
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Watch the video here; https://www.facebook.com/100044234994000/posts/460201968797632/?app=fbl
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