Hollywood star Boris Kodjoe visits Makola Market with his wife

Hollywood star Boris Kodjoe visits Makola Market with his wife

Hollywood star, Boris Kodjoe, seems to be enjoying his stay in Ghana after deciding to take his family out for a stroll in the popular Makola Market in Accra, Ghana.

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The actor arrived in the country on the eve of New Year’s Day, as he prepares to host the Aiteo CAF Awards, scheduled for January 4, 2018.

Boris Kodjoe visits Makola Market with his wife and kids

Hollywood star Boris Kodjoe visits Makola Market with his wife and kids

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Kodjoe has been seen at different locations since arriving in Ghana, and was earlier spotted playing football with some kids at the Labadi beach.

The Hollywood star appears to be enjoying every bit of his stay in his father’s country of birth and decided to visit the Makola Market in Accra with his family.

Nicole Ari Parker in a market stall

Nicole Ari Parker strolls through some of Makola Market's stalls

Kodjoe was captured strolling the market along with his wife, Nicole Ari Parker, and their two kids, Nicolas Neruda Kodjoe and Sophie Tei Naaki Lee Kodjoe.

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The actor was born in Austria to a German mother and a Ghanaian father, and has always held strong ties with the West African nation.

The CAF Awards night will see Africa’ finest football stars honored for their outstanding outputs over the last 12 months.

Nicole and a friend in a shop

Nicole Ari Parker with a friend, looking at some African print fabric in Makola

Mohamed Salah, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Saido Mane are the men contesting for the flagship Footballer of the Year Award.

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