Video: Kofi Kingston To Visit Ghana After 25 Years

Kofi Kingston, a wrestler of Ghanaian descent made history after beating Daniel Bryan on Sunday, April 7 to become a world champion for WrestleMania 35.

Kofi Kingston who has been wrestling for the past 11 years and he became the second African American (following Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson) and first native to hold WWE’s signature title since it debuted in 1963 is set to return to Ghana after his historic win.

Kofi made this declaration on Instagram last night.

Posting a video which his mother sent to him of his uncle and the general population in Techiman watching him win the WWE title at Wrestlemania, he revealed that he was touched by the love shown to him and will be heading to Ghana soon.

“My mom sent me this video clip from the small town of Techiman in Ghana. Last Sunday, my uncle had a gathering at his house where the townspeople could watch Wrestlemania.”

“In seeing this, I am overcome with pride and joy. I’m still blown away by how many lives we touched. This video is a reminder of why we do what we do: to lift spirits and inspire others. I am so grateful to be in a position to do so.”

“Last time I was in Ghana was in 1994. I think it might be time to go back and visit…” Kofi Kingston captioned alongside the video.



Kingston was born in Kumasi on August 14, 1981, to Elizabeth and Kwasi Sarkodie-Mensah. He was christened Kofi Nahaje Sarkodie-Mensah. He moved with his family to the United States and eventually settled in the greater Boston. Kofi had a brother, Kwame, and a sister Nana Akua, who passed away in 2015.

He is also a member of The New Day along with Big E and Xavier Woods.

Kofi Kingston is married to an actress, Kor Campfield and the couple have two sons, Khi and Orion




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