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Interview: Presenter Juliet Bawuah mics Sulley Muntari in his motorsport car company

Published on: 01 May 2014
Sulley Muntari

TV3 Sports Journalist, Juliet Bawuah, has had a day’s interview session with Italy-based AC Milan, and Black Stars player, Sulley Muntari.

The session took place at Muntari’s popular 4FK Motorsport car company in Milan, recently a popular destination for some of football’s biggest names.

She was there at the invitation of the Muntaris.

Sulley Muntari

Bawuah, who is rounding up a six-week European study exercise, took time off to interview the Ghanaian player. The interview largely centered on the Black Stars, AC Milan, as well as on the upcoming World Cup in Brazil.

He also spoke on the car company, and how well it is doing so far, revealing plans are far advanced for a high-end outlet to be opened in Ghana.

Sulley Muntari

A study exercise that took her to the Netherlands government funded RNTC in Hilversum, she spent most of her weekends interviewing Ghanaian players abroad.

She interviewed the newly crowned Vitesse Arnhem player of the Season, Christian Atsu, Belgium based pair of Bernard Yao Kumordzi, and Daniel Opare, as well as Abdul Majeed Warris.

Muntari’s interview will soon air on TV3.


This article has 2 comment(s), give your comment
  • paul says:
    May 01, 2014 07:09 pm
    Thus excellent of u juliet. Keep it up.
  • Bombay says:
    May 02, 2014 12:38 am
    Give me a break. Ghanaians are so incredibly uninformed, I will say ignorant. I love Muntari but you guys are acting as if a CAR DETAILING BUSINESS is really a HIGH SCALE CAR COMPANY. Don't call it a car company. Its a car cleaning company etc. its good that he is channeling some of his money to something meaningful but this type of business in US is mostly a roadside business. If Ghanaians are smart they can start the same thing starting with just a road side clean and buff biz, before you know it has turned into what you see in picture. He has the money, so spending a large amount of money right away to buy all these equipments but anyone no matter what background can start such a biz, in US $2000 can easily start this business. In Ghana probably far less.