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Sports News of Saturday, 13 April 2019


Ghanaians react to Junior Agogo holding cigarette

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Former Ghana striker Manuel 'Junior' Agogo who is recovering from a stroke has been recorded holding a cigarette and some netizens [habitual internet users] are not happy about it.

Agogo in an interview last week revealed that he can no longer write with his right hand after suffering a stroke over four years ago.

The video posted originally by the Nottingham Forest man on December 12, 2018 shows him having a good time by a poolside.

Agogo, 39, dances along to house music while holding a cigarette in his left hand.

An Instagram user with the handle, abigailchartey advised; He should stop smoking while others advised him to quit smoking.

According to the BBC, two years after his stroke when just 35 years old, Agogo is still visiting the Neuro Rehab Unit of the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery in London's Queen Square as he battles to find his way in the world with depleted language.

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