Famous Ghanaian artist, musician, actor, and comedian Kwadwo Nkansah, popularly known by his monikers Lil Wayne, has fixed his sights firmly on earning a Black Stars call-up after completing a two-year move to New Edubiase United.
Nkansah, 34, is one of the twelve new signings of 2016 Ghana Premier League campaigners Edubiase who are now competing in Zone II of the Division One League.
After completing his move to the Movers, the multiple award-winning actor tells Asempa FM/Adom FM Head of Sports Enoch Worlanyo that his main target is to earn a Black Stars call-up or feature for a club in mainstream Europe.
“I believe I can perform very well to attract a call-up from the Black Stars. My main aim is to play for the Black Stars and also to have a spell with a big club in Europe. When I reach the target with the Black Stars I will then set the conditions under which I will play for the team,” he said.
Edubiase, who play in Zone II of the Division One League, have signed top stars including former Hearts of Oak goalkeeper Samuel Akurugu, midfielder Malik Akowuah, and Abdul Basit.
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