Stonebwoy Invites Son of Former Ghana Coach CK Akonnor on Stage to Perform Hit Song: Video

Stonebwoy Invites Son of Former Ghana Coach CK Akonnor on Stage to Perform Hit Song: Video

Lukman Mumuni
updated at October 21, 2023 at 7:20 PM
In this article:
Bundesliga logo
GER Bundesliga
  • Son of C.K Akonnor performed with Stonebwoy on stage in Germany
  • Kadmiel Akonnor decided to do music rather than play football
  • Akonnor played for the Black Stars before becoming coach of the team

Ghanaian musician, Stonebwoy invited son of former Black Stars coach, Charles Kwabla Akonnor, on stage during his performance at a concert in Germany.

The young Akonnor, who is an upcoming musician in Ghana, goes by the stage name Kadmiellie and has a couple of records in his catalog.

Charles Akonnor, Kadmielli, Stonebwoy, Germany
Son of Ghana coach performing on stage with Stonebwoy in Germany. Credit: @naaqueyki
Source: Twitter

In a video shared on social media by the sister of Kadmielli, the singer performed Stonebwoy's hit record 'Into the Future' as fans jammed with the duo.

Stonebwoy is currently on an European tour while promoting his new album, the Fifth Dimension.

Kadmielli, known in real life as Kadmiel Akonnor, has been carving a career in entertainment after deciding to do music rather than play football.

Akonnor, a former captain of the Black Stars, was coach of the national team from January 2020 to September 2021, as reported by the BBC.

Meanwhile, he enjoyed a successful career in Germany, playing for several Bundesliga clubs, including captaining Wolfsburg.

In his coaching career, the legendary footballer was in charge of Eleven Wise, Hearts of Oak, Dreams FC and Asante Kotoko.

C.K Akonnor vows to expose Black Stars problems

Earlier, Sports Brief reported that former coach of the Black Stars, Charles Kwabla Akonnor is preparing to uncover some of the problems in the Ghana team.

The ex-Black Stars captain was sacked as Ghana coach in September 2021 following Ghana's defeat to South Africa in the World Cup qualifiers.

Akonnor has not spoken about his departure since but in an interview with 3 Sports, the 48-year-old said there are issues in the team that needs to be exposed.

Akonnor denies Sports Minsiter's compensation claim

Sports Brief also reported that former Ghana coach, Charles Kwabla Akonnor has denied claims by Minister of Youth and Sports, Mustapha Ussif, that he was paid $100,000 following his sacking.

The former Black Stars captain was dismissed in September 2021, just ten months into his role as head coach of the senior national team.

And according to the Sports Minister, Akonnor was duly compensated with an amount of $100,000.

Lukman Mumuni photo
Lukman Mumuni
Lukman Abdul Mumin is a Sports Journalist based in Accra, Ghana. He has been writing for the past five years. Lukman joined Sports Brief as an Editor for the Local Desk in 2022.