The first African native to win WWE World Champion, Kofi Kingston who is both of Ghanaian and Jamaican parentage has disclosed that he will be visiting Ghana for the first time in 25 years.
According to Kofi Kingston, her mother shared a video of his uncle and his household in Techiman watching his fight with Daniel Bryan which made him the World Champion and he has been touched by the gesture.
Kofi Kingston (Middle)
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Sharing a video of the moment on his Instagram page, Kofi Kingston revealed it is time for him to visit the land of his mother after 25 years in the USA.
Kofi Kingston posted:
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My mom sent me this video clip from the small town of Techiman in Ghana. Last Sunday, my uncle had a gathering at his house where the townspeople could watch Wrestlemania. • In seeing this, I am overcome with pride and joy. I’m still blown away by how many lives we touched. This video is a reminder of why we do what we do: to lift spirits and inspire others. I am so grateful to be in a position to do so. • Last time I was in Ghana was in 1994. I think it might be time to go back and visit… • #wrestlemania #wwe #ghana #sankofa #yearofthereturn #inspire
A post shared by Kofi (@thetruekofi) on Apr 14, 2019 at 1:41pm PDT
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Born to Elizabeth and Kwasi Sarkodie-Mensah in Kumasi in the Ashanti Region of Ghana on August 14, 1981, Kofi Kinston was christened Kofi Nahaje Sarkodie-Mensah.
Kofi Kinston together with his parents, a brother, and a sister moved to stay in the United States at a very young age. He made his debut appearance in WWE 11 years ago.
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Kofi Kingston was finally named the WWE world champion on Sunday, 7th April 2019 after he thrashed Daniel Bryan for the title.
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