- Young Ghanaian actor Yaw Dabo has paid a visit to ex-President John Kufuor
- The Kumawood star arrived at the former statesman's home with his academy
- John Agyekum Kufuor was the president of Ghana from the year 2000 to 2008
The Yaw Dabo Football Academy paid a courtesy call to former President of Ghana, John Agyekum Kufuor at his residence in Aburi.
The academy, bankrolled by diminutive actor Yaw Dabo, was in the capital of Accra for pre-season activities.
The team took the opportunity to visit the ex-President and some leaders of the ruling New Patriotic Party.
In a photo shared on social media, the actor, along with his players and technical team, shared a moment with the man affectionately known as Gentle Jack.
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Over the weekend, the Dabo Football Academy engaged members of the East Legon Executive Club in a friendly encounter. After the match, business mogul and one of Ghana's richest men, Osei Kwame Despite rewarded each player with $100.
Dabo ventured into football business following success in his acting career. He is fondly referred to as 'Adwen kese' - which means big brain in the local Ghanaian language of Akan.
The Kumawood actor and Manchester United fan was in Qatar during the World Cup to support the Black Stars, where he met ex-Red Devils forward, Edinson Cavani.
Yaw Dabo meets Edinson Cavani
Earlier, Sports Brief reported on Ghanaian actor, Yaw Dabo meeting Edinson Cavani, the Uruguay and former Manchester United forward.
The diminutive Kumawood star who was in Qatar, linked up with the Valencia forward during Ghana's game against the South Americans.
A huge United fan, Dabo spotted Cavani walking down the tunnel and took the chance to invite him for a handshake.
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The Afrobeats star expanded his business activities after buying shares in the basketball team.
Mr Eazi, known in real life as Oluwatosin Ajibade, confirmed his new venture on social media and said Jay Z had inspired him.