A video circulating on the social media has spotted a Ghanaian lady showing off her football skills and many Ghanaians can not keep quiet. In Ghana there are a lot of talent that can be found here but the problem is how to nurture them is a big problem to us. Well many have gotten the opportunity to travel abroad to showcase their talent and have succeeded successfully while others have not gotten that chance.
A Ghanaian lady making waves online has been spotted playing football as a professional player while wearing a high heel. The lady was spotted using her legs to play the football up and down without the football hitting the ground. The video has amazed a lot of people as many people have commented telling the football Association of Ghana to allow this lady to play for the Black Star women's team.
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