Motivations from people who have tasted the the bitter side of life can be said to be very influential. The progressive or transformational nature of their life from bad to good highly influences people's lives.
One of such persons is our own Ghanaian hard working football player, Mubarak Wakaso. Wakaso currently plays for Chinese side Shenzhen FC in the Chinese Super League.
Mubarak Wakaso who is well known for his aggressive defending and forcing opposition players perform poor on the field of play took to his Facebook handle to motivate Ghanaians about not giving up on their dreams.
Wakaso posted a picture of himself during his younger days at Villarreal and he captioned the picture as "Keep Dreaming Big". The picture he posted says a lot about the captionedat is keep your dreams alive, trying so hard to let it materialized and above all dreaming very big.
He is a Ghanaian from Tamale, Northern region, but he got the opportunity to play in one of the greatest clubs in Spain. The picture he posted is a picture of Mubarak Wakaso himself during his time at Villarreal playing a football game against Manchester City. He was seen in the picture with former Manchester City winger and midfielder David Silva.
This in a nutshell tells us that no matter where we come from, if we don't stop dreaming big then we will achieve it like Mubarak Wakaso did it.
Most fans on Facebook could not stop talking about the picture and his captioned. Below are the comments people gave.
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