Boris Kudjoe supports Ghana as Black Stars thump South Korea 4-0
June 10, 2014
The ‘Love & Basketball’ star- born Boris Frederic Cecil Tay-Natey Ofuatey-Kodjoe to a Ghanaian father and a German mother, who has never shied from his roots- was at the stadium to support the Stars to victory.
The Black Stars beat South Koroa 4-0 in their last friendly match before leaving for Brazil for the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Goals were scored by Jordan Ayew, who scored his first hat-trick for the Stars, and Asamoah Gyan.
Boris Kudjoe posted a photo of himself beaming with smiles after the first half of the match.
He said: “Ghana scores. 2-0 vs South Korea at the half. #WorldCupFriendly”
The 41-year-old actor earlier posted a photo of himself, Stephen Appiah and Kelvin-Prince Boateng urging fans to support a fundraising event slated for Tuesday at Ghana’s Embassy in Washington.
“With my boys @prince09_ [Kelvin-Prince Boateng] and @OfficialAppiah [Stephen Appiah]. Tuesday June 10 come support the Ghana blackstars at a fundraising event at the Ghanaian embassy in Washington DC TIME:5pm After party at Look lounge 8pm to 2am,” the caption of the photo read.
Nkemnji Global Tech
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