- Ghanaian Black Stars footballer Mohammed Kudus has been named in the Forbes Africa 30 Under 30 list
- This comes after the 22-year old player made impeccable strides during his time at the FIFA World Cup in Qatar in 2022, and was celebrated on several platforms for reviving the faith of Ghanaians in the Black Stars
- Also, the other Ghanaian who joined Kudus was 29 year old Emmanuel Whajah, who is a Creative Director, Videographer and owner of Emzy Production Films
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Ghanaian professional footballer Mohammed Kudus has made it to the 2023 Forbes Africa 30 Under 30 list.
According to Forbes, the class of 2023 has demonstrated that it is possible to work together to find answers for their businesses, towns, countries and continent. In the process, they are also redefining what it means to be self-made and persistent.
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Based on this criteria, the high-flying 22-year old midfielder has been named among big names from the African continent who have made great impact.
After making his first FIFA World Cup appearance in Qatar in 2022, the talented footballer left an indelible mark in the minds of many Ghanaians.
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After his outstanding performance at the World Cup, residents of Nima put up a mural in the town in his honour. He was also honoured by the Western Regional Minister, Honourable Kwabena Okyere Darko Mensah, with a Commemorative Gold Coin Medal.
The other Ghanaian who made the list was 29 year old Emmanuel Whajah, who is a Creative Director, Videographer and owner of Emzy Production Films.
See the full list here.
FIFA honours Kudus with a video of goals he scored in Ghana versus South Korea match at the World Cup in Qatar
FIFA celebrates Mohammed Kudus' brace at the World Cup in Qatar 2023
YEN.com.gh previously reported that Mohammed Kudus was celebrated by FIFA after his impeccable performance at the 2022 FIFA World Cup that was held in Qatar.
The tribute comprised a video of the brace he scored at the World Cup in the game between South Korea and Ghana, which ended in a 2-3 win for the Black Stars.
Ghanaians thronged the comment section of the post on Instagram to join FIFA in hailing the talented Black Stars midfielder.
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