Sulley Ali Sariki Muniru, the younger brother of Sulley Muntari, marked his birthday on September 25, 2019, and the young footballing professional took to social media to thank Allah while ‘flaunting’ his olive green navy sports car.
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The Ghanaian footballing professional who plays as a midfielder in Russia for FC Tambov was captured in a white long Abaya and a white footwear.
''ALHAMDULILLAH +1. Perfect day to celebrate my day!! JUMMAH MUBARAK. Time to go praise HIM . Love you guys. Lot of love already,'' his post said on Instagram.
Muniru’s Ghanaian colleague footballers including Muabrak Wakaso shared his photo along with a caption to celebrate the young talent.
While Muniru does not attract public attention like his senior brother Sulley Muntari, a former Inter Milan and A.C. Milan player, he is touching lives in his on small way.
In 2016, he engaged in an act of 'righteousness’ when he visited a hospital to voluntarily give alms, Sadaqah, which included cash and other items to sick persons admitted in the hospital.
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In other stories, imagine walking into a venue for an event and the caterers are an all-male catering team adorn in colourful pieces of Ghana Kente, other lovely prints and all set to serve you pleasurable foods with style.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported the story of Menscook Ghana, an all-men catering team shattering stereotypes that cooking is a preserve for women.
While the team at Menscook may not be intentionally dismantling this social construct, the all-male catering team affirm the narrative that anybody could be very good at what they do irrespective of their gender.
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