I hate to see talent waste away – Kofi Kinaata opens up on investing in football
Ghanaian musician, Kofi Kinaata says his love for football is what cheered him to form two football teams to help talented players in Takoradi. The ‘Susuka’ hitmaker told JoyNews’ Becky in an interview that he owns Move FC, a colts club and Effiekuma Move FC, a third division club, both based in Sekondi-Takoradi.
“We have a team and we will be competing in the juvenile level. We have under 13, 15 and third division. It all started with my football background and love for the game.
According to the multiple award-winning artiste, “Growing up in Efikuma, the only source of entertainment is playing football and that explains why we have lots of parks around.” He added he hates to see talents go to waste.”
“I hate to see talents go to waste, like people playing without any push from nowhere. I motivate them by buying them football boots though they’re not signed, I tried to push them and later I decide to take it to the next level so I decided to make it a football team so I know they are under my care”.
Born Martin King Arthur, Kofi Kinaata is a musician and songwriter from Takoradi in the Western Region.
He is noted for his unique lyricism and freestyles in the Fante dialect which has earned him the name ‘Fante Rap God.’
Apart from his rap prowess, he has grown into a very good singer taking the highlife genre by storm.
Kofi Kinaata recently bagged an ambassadorial deal with Enterprise Insurance Company.
His recently released song ‘Thy Grace’ is receiving massive airplay across the country.
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