Sharaf Mahama, the son of former president, John Mahama, has been causing confusion on social media with his breathtaking photos.
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Sharaf who is a talented footballer has been flaunting his handsome look with the kind of photos he has been releasing.
Many Ghanaian ladies who have been following him on Instagram have been drooling over Sharaf's photos.
Well, YEN.com.gh has put together 9 photos of Sharaf that will make any lady fall for him.
1. Check this out:
2. So handsome:
3. What a swag:
4. He is a good footballer:
5. Too much sauce in this photo:
6. Sharp movement:
7. He is not afraid to flaunt his riches:
8. He is a simple guy:
9. Rich kid movement:
Meanwhile, Sharaf is embarking on a mission to support young people through football in his hometown of Bole.
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Heis known for his prolific footballing skills and is very passionate about it, was seen in a video engaging some other football talents in Bole.
He has played for KV Mechelen in Belgium and also played in ex-Black Stars captain Stephen Appiah’s testimonial match in 2015 and was even training with Ghana Premier League side WAFA during the Coronavirus-enforced lockdown.
As a way of giving back to society, Sharaf went all the way to his hometown to support footballing prospects who aim to grow to become professional footballers.
Speaking on why he chose to kick start his project in Bole, Sharaf indicated that the town, the culture and the people meant a lot to him.
He added that his passion and the love for football moved him to reach out to society and start the project.
Sharaf aims to support young people in Bole who aspire to become footballers but are lacking the needed support and encouragement.
He recently hosted a football tournament in the town, bringing together all footballers in Bole to train with him.
Sharaf revealed that he was going to keep supporting the young talents of Bole with donations to help them achieve their dreams of becoming professional footballers.
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