- Black Stars midfielder, Mubarak Wakaso, has shown off his look-alike daughter in a new photo
- Taking to his Instagram page, Wakaso wrote, ''when you are in love with your photocopy''
- The post by the Ghanaian football star has garnered tons of comments from his fans
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Ghanaian international footballer, Mubarak Wakaso, has shown off his beautiful look-alike daughter in a recent photo on social media.
Taking to his Instagram page with 193,000 followers, the Black Stars midfielder shared with his fans one of his many joys as a father of five children.
From the photo, it appears the young girl could be between the ages of four and ten years old.
Mubarak Wakaso who currently plays for the Chinese club, Shenzhen, warmed hearts with the photo of his beautiful daughter.
Captioning the photo on Instagram, he wrote, ''When you are in love with your photocopy .''
The adorable photo of his girl has gathered massive reactions and comments.
Citizen_kassim_chelseahene writes, ''Assistant madam in the house.''
Nanakwedwoo said, ''My troublesome mummy.''
Naa Blues indicated that Wakaso's daughter is adorable
She writes, ''Adorable girl. Ghana's future first president. True photocopy.''
''Cute photo with a beautiful girl. You rock girl, keep shinning,'' Sam Dee said.
According to Ralph Foley, Mubarak Wakaso is blessed to have such a great family.
''Wow, such a nice girl from a beautiful family. You are blessed to have a football legend as your father.''
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported a youth entrepreneur and alumnus of the University of Ghana who sells bottled and sachet water to make a living has inspired netizens with a post he shared online.
Mushroompreneur, who graduated from the University of Ghana in 2017 disclosed that he sells packaged water.
Unlike most graduates who complete their programmes at the university only to depend on the government for employment, Mushroompreneur is making a living by selling bottled and sachet water.
In other news, Kwesi Tumtum, an alumnus of the Central University's Business School, has recounted how he nearly quit his ambition of becoming a graduate due to challenges.
According to Kwesi Tumtum who is now a graduate, he returned to Ghana in 2017 to pursue a degree at the prestigious Ghanaian university.
He, however, did not anticipate that the four-year programme would be demanding and require dedication, commitment amid challenges to complete.
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