Ghanaian movies stars beat Nigeria in Independence day friendly match

Ghanaian movie stars team

Ghanaian movie stars team

A star-studded Ghanaian team of actors beat their Nigerian counterparts 3-1 in friendly match played in Kumasi last week.

The Ghanaian team made up of movie stars such as; Van Vicker, Bill Asamoah, Kwadwo Nkansah ‘Lil Wyn’, Akrobeto and Prince David Osei proved too strong for their Nigerian opponents who had the likes of Shegun Arinze, Victor ‘Awilo Sharp Sharp’ Usuagwu, Mama Ajasco and Dave Sam in their ranks.

The game according to organizers – Koba Consult and Marbizila – will be held annually to thrill movie fans of both countries despite the setbacks experienced in the first edition to mark Ghana’s 57th Independence anniversary.

“It’s been an eye opener. It was difficult pulling all these stars together,” Chief Executive officer of Koba Consult and Marbizila Swanzy Essuman said after the game.

“Some had to abandon their sets to join in the event.

“We have accepted all the anomalies that surfaced along the line and we are hoping to improve in subsequent editions. We have purposed to do this annually.”


  1. Kobe quest says:

    In boxing we beat nigerians
    In cricket we beat nigerians
    In FIFA ranking we beat their asses
    In celebrity footbal we trah them
    In national team we beat 4-1 in London
    We eliminated them in South Africa and and Angola
    Oh Nigeria ,ALATAfuor ad3n
    Nigerians are our wife in everything ,the marriage is better for worse

  2. Nigga says:

    Mumu ewu,,de-ranged son of a bitch,you said lin anytin you beat nigeria” accepted..For the past 33years nd still counting What have your so called BLACK-PIGS accepted in football..wonders shall never end,even if people ur so called. National team perform below par,people will still be looking for lame excuses,shey june its. Not that far again just remaining two or three months Time…we go see fowl yanch 4 d team wey dey gallant wella muthew. !!

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