- Nana Aba Anamoah has revealed that Thomas Partey's name change to a Muslim name, Yakubu was only a joke
- Sharing her displeasure in a tweet, she was concerned people took the unofficial interview she had with Thomas Partey seriously
- Thomas Partey responded to the tweet saying he was back to being called Thomas again
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Ace Broadcaster and Journalist, Nana Aba Anamoah, has debunked news circulating about a sudden name change of Arsenal Midfielder, Thomas Teye Partey.
Thomas Partey who also plays as a midfielder for the Ghanaian National Team, Black Stars, was alleged to have changed his name to Yakubu after tying the knot with his supposed Moroccan girlfriend, Sara Bella.
However, after the news went viral, Nana Aba came out to say the unofficial interview he had with Partey was only a joke and shouldn't be taken seriously.
In a tweet shared on her official Twitter page, she said:
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Ah so people have truly taken the @Thomaspartey22 joke about his name change seriously? A man is not allowed to crack jokes anymore? What is that? Mtcheeeeeeew
Thomas Partey upon seeing the tweet replied:
Eei chale I was enjoying it but now am back to Thomas again
Partey Renames Himself 'Yakubu' After Switching Religions
Ghanaian and Arsenal FC midfielder Thomas Teye Partey has revealed an additional name to his already known names.
In an unofficial interview with the Managing Director of Gh One Nana Aba Anamoah, the vice-captain of the Black Stars disclosed that he is now a Muslim and has named himself Yakubu.
Thomas 'Yakubu' Teye Partey told Nana Aba his marital union with his Moroccan girlfriend, Sara Bella necessitated this decision.
Akrobeto Hosts Legends Of German Club Borussia Dortmund On Real News, Photo Drops
Akrobeto hosted former players of German Bundesliga club Borussia Dortmund. The former Dortmund players collectively known as BVB Legends are in Ghana for a charity game.
The BVB Legends who arrived in Ghana Thursday, June 9, 2022, will play an African Giants side captained by Abedi Pele on Saturday, June 11 at the Accra Sports Stadium.
Among the Dortmund legends who were spotted upon the teams arrival were Karl Heinze Riedle, Jan Koller, and Roman Weidenfeller.
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