Ghana’s Black Stars star player Mohammed Kudus says he’s hoping his new role as an ambassador of Nima will help change people’s perspective about the neighbourhood.
With his area of origin, Nima dubbed as a notorious and a dangerous place to live, the young man is determined to change lives of the people there and send out a good name about his Suburb.
The AFC Ajax Amsterdam star midfielder revealed this after he was honoured for his progress in recent times while also being tasked with an ambassadorial role for the area he lived as a youngster.
In a post to appreciate the initiative, the 22-year-old said he hopes his new role will inspire the next generation from the community.
“I am overwhelmed for the kind gesture & to be an ambassador for Nima. With the social vices it’s tagged of, I found passion that I continue to harness in football.
“May this inspire the next generation to be better than us,” Kudus shared in a post on Twitter. He continued, “Nima is not just my community & roots. Nima is a Creed!!”
By: D. N. A. MENSAH, Daily Mail GH /Follow the writer @SkipperWrites on Twitter