- Former Black Stars player, Sammy Kuffour, has said that anyone who desires to be great must read and follow Biblical principles
- The renowned football icon in Ghana made the statements during a recent interview with Joy Sports
- Sammy Kuffour played for the Black Stars from 1993 to 2006, making 54 appearances and scoring three goals in the process
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Sammy Kuffour, a former player for the Ghana national men's soccer team, the Black Stars, has narrated that greatness comes from learning from the Holy Bible.
A report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Pulse.com.gh indicates that the successful football icon in Ghana made the profound revelation during a recent interview with Joy Sports.
It is opined by some that judging by how well the Bible is able to give instructions on living right and doing good, it should not be regarded as a book for Christians but a book for all humanity.
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And Sammy Kuffour's opinion has greatly buttressed that assertion. In his own words, the former player was said to have pronounced that:
“I want to read more of the Bible to enlighten myself. Everything you need in life is in the Bible. If you want to be great, read the Bible".
Kuffour, who played for the likes of Bayern Munich and AS Roma, said anyone who wants to be great must first be guided by the word of God.
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Sammy Kuffour played for the Black Stars from 1993 to 2006, making 54 appearances and scoring three goals in the process.
Meanwhile, another report has it that a spiritual deliverance from the spirit of madness has turned into a physical battle as a Ghanaian pastor forcibly prayed for a mentally ill man in a rib-cracking video.
The hilarious footage that is fast going viral was sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Instagram handle of Celebritiesbuzzgh.
The location where the incident took place is not disclosed but it is clear that it was in an Akan community as some of the people were speaking Twi.
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