Inaki & Nico Williams received prayers from their Ghanaian dad


Inaki and his younger brother, Nico Williams has received prayers from their Ghanaian dad.

Inaki Williams and his younger brother Nico Williams, who plays for Atletico Bilbao in Spain, have finally made contact with their roots. The two met their relatives in Ghana and published beautiful photos on social media, which drew a lot of attention.

The two players landed in Ghana amid reports that they may switch nationalities in order to play for the Ghana Black Stars. Inaki has been confirmed to be available for Ghana in Qatar, according to Ghanaian news outlets and top journalists.

One comment made by Inaki upon his arrival in Ghana sparked a wave of interest in the player’s visit. With the title “Mis Ancestros, Mi sangre,” he posted a video of himself in Ghana.

The phrase “my ancestors, my blood” translates to “my ancestors, my blood.” The post has fanned speculation about his decision to play for the West African nation, eliciting a wide range of opinions from football fans around the world.

His admittance joins a slew of other international players already on the roster. Ghana’s football organization has been attempting to entice diaspora-based footballers to return to their homeland in recent years. So far, the effort has been successful, with players like as Callum Hudson-Odoi of Chelsea, Eddie Nketiah of Arsenal FC, and others expressing interest in representing Ghana.

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