Emmanuel Adebayor, the former Togo international footballer, is known to be a lively character who enjoys life to the fullest. Adebayor who spends a lot of time in Ghana has made a lot of friends and has been well-received by Ghanaians. It looks like the former Togo captain has gradually engrossed himself into the Ghanaian style of living and is even singing in local languages.
In a new video by YEN.com.gh, the Ba?ak?ehir player has been spotted singing one of the popular gospel Twi gospel songs, Nyame Sumsum. Wearing a red netted singlet over black shorts, Adebayor who looked very excited sang like he was leading praises in a church. The video is believed to have been shot from Adebayor’s house judging from the surroundings. It is not known what the occasion was but the former Arsenal striker was in really high spirits as he did the singing.
Meanwhile, Adebayor has retired from international football after the Togo national team, The Hawks, failed to qualify for the 2019 African Cup of Nations in Egypt.
The star player recently caused a massive stir on social media with a video of him drinking gari soakings. In the video posted by YEN.com.gh, Adebayor showed that he was once a poor person but now with God’s blessing he is regarded as one of the richest footballers in the world.