- Andre Onana who plays for both Cameroon and Ajax as a goalkeeper's promised gifts to Arhin Aboagye have finally reached him
- Arhin Aboagye is a talented Ghanaian goalkeeper who has been locked behind bars at Nsawam Prison in Ghana after some unlawful acts
- A video of Arhin's sterling performance surfaced online which caught Onana's attention
- The gifts were received with great joy and excitement by the talented but imprisoned Ghanaian goalkeeper
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Arhin Aboagye, the Ghanaian goalkeeper locked at Nsawam prison has finally received Ajax goalie Andre Onana's promised gifts in a video sighted by YEN.com.gh
It would be recalled that news of a Ghanaian goalkeeper with an extraordinary talent reached the Cameroonian goalie and got him so impressed that he promised to send Arhin profound gifts including a signed jersey and gloves.
According to Arhin, although he heard that the Ajax and Cameroonian goalkeeper was impressed by his performance and wanted to send gifts, he did not truly believe it until they actually arrived.
Watch the video when Arhin received the gifts below:
Arhin Aboagye, an extraordinary talent in goalkeeping was discovered behind bars at Nsawam Prison in a rather rare video report gathered by TV3 Ghana.
Tagged a 'hero behind bars', Arhin was captured in the video sighted by YEN.com.gh as he made mind-blowing saves in a special series on football and reformation that was organized for inmates.
After an unbelievable performance that was captured as part of the video interview, Arhin Aboagye narrated that he truly deserved to be behind bars as he used to engage in activities that were clearly against the laws of the country.
In other news, a Ghanaian young man named Samuel Terkper has moved remarkably from a school drop out to become a CEO of an engineering company which takes massive orders from several companies and individuals in and around Accra.
Terkper Samuel the CEO of Don-Leaky Engineering Services (DLES) which currently has three different branches was born to Rebecca Terkper and the late Daniel Terkper who passed in 2005.
He entered the Institute of Chartered Accountants after finishing SHS but realized that his strength was not in education and decided to drop out to start something on his own.
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