Emmanuel Adebayor poses with daughter Kendra in first-year photo as he shares a message to thank fans
- Sheyi Emmanuel Adebayor has posed beside his daughter Kendra in a first New Year photo
- The Togolese international footballer shared the adorable photo along with a heartfelt message to thank his fans
- Adebayor marked his 37th birthday over the weekend and he shared the message to express gratitude for the love shown him
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Former Arsenal striker, Sheyi Emmanuel Adebayor, has posed beside his daughter, Kendra, in a photo for the first time in the New Year.
The celebrated Togolese footballer shared the photo with his 1.4 million followers on Instagram along with a heartfelt message, expressing gratitude to them.
Emmanuel Adebayor marked his 37th birthday over the weekend at his magnificent mansion with some celebrities, including Ghanaian dancehall/reggae musician, Stonebwoy, known in private life as Livingstone Etse Satekla, performing at his birthday bash.
Stonebwoy performed his banger Activate at the mini birthday party at Adebayor's residence to support the Togolese football icon.
Emmanuel Adebayor took to Instagram to share the heartwarming message, expressing appreciation for the massive show of love from his fans and colleague celebrities.
''SEA, thank you for all the birthday love. It was a weekend to remember... One for the books❤️,'' he captioned the photo.
In a similar story, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Emmanuel Adebayor has feted his wealth as he shows off a line-up of luxe vehicles in recent photos.
Adebayor lives in the realm of affluence and influence and is famous as one of Africa's prominent footballers owning some of the most priced exotic cars and magnificent mansions.
The renowned footballer recently took to social media to display his wealth, flaunting a line-up of expensive cars, including a black Mercedes-Benz to white G-Wagon and other priced cars.
In other news, a US-based second-year Ghanaian law student at the Syracuse University College of Law, Hilda Frimpong, has been named the editor-in-chief of the Syracuse Law Review.
Frimpong, 30, has shattered the glass ceiling and makes history as the first Black person to ever hold this position.
The former Miss Ghana USA winner, who was born in Ghana and raised in Dallas, Texas, will lead the Law Review for the 2021-22 academic year with a female-dominated board.
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