Ghanaian midfielder, Mubarak Wakaso, and legendary footballer, Abedi Pele, have developed an inseparable father and son relationship despite the former not being the biological son of the latter.
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The two professional football stars have been serving their fans with snaps of their bonding moments on social media.
Mubarak Wakao and Abedi Pele appear in some of the snaps performing EID MUBARAK prayers with his son.
The football stars have been sharing their progressive and excellent affection for each other with other family members. They have been captured in bedazzling frames together with the wife and children of Mubarak Wakaso.
YEN.com.gh has compiled five photos of Wakaso and Abedi Pele’s powerful and inspiring father and son moments.
1. Ghanaian midfielder, Mubarak Wakaso, and football legend, Abedi Pele, glow with smiles for the camera.
2. Family photo captures Wakaso, his wife, children and Abedi Pele.
3. Father and son pose to capture a scene in a snap.
4. Abedi Pele and Wakaso pose alongside a friend.
5. Wakaso and Pele perform EID Mubarak prayers.
YEN.com.gh recently reported that Kwadwo Safo Kantanka Jnr is celebrating his daughter, Ohemaa, in a sweet post on social media as she turns a year older today, August 14, 2020.
The CEO of Kantanka Automobile has flooded his social media handles with beautiful snaps of his adorable daughter in celebration of her momentous day.
Safo Kantanka Jnr splashed bedazzling birthday frames of Ohemaa beaming for the camera as she posed for different pictures to capture scenes for her birthday.
In another story, a young trailblazer named Jasmine Bowers has etched her name in the sands of history as she becomes the first Black person to earn a doctorate degree in Computer Science from the University of Florida.
Amid the raging coronavirus pandemic, Jasmine joined the ranks of women in STEM as she makes history.
Jasmine recently announced her academic milestone in a post on social media stating that ''on July 15, I became the first black woman to defend a dissertation in computer science at UF.''
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