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Stonebwoy Reveals These Ancestors Are Leading Ghana Black Stars To Victory Today

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Stonebwoy Reveals This Ancestors Are Leading Ghana Black Stars To Victory Today

Following the Black Stars’ awful loss to Morocco, many have come up with theories as to how to win the next match against Gabon in the ongoing AFCON (African Cup Of Nations) 2021.

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Among the many to come up with theories is Ghanaian dancehall artist Stonebwoy.

According to Stonebwoy, three ancestors will be helping Ghana to win in today’s match.

He listed Kwame Nkrumah, JJ Rawlings and Yaa Asantewaa.

“We refuse to have a bad day today in the name of Kwame Nkrumah and JJ Rawlings spiced with Yaa Asantewaa.. in Jesus name. Amen! #BlackstarsWin.”, Stonwbwoy retweeted a tweet from Saddick Adams about the Black Stars.

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