Kwame Opoku, a striker for Algerian USM Alger who formerly played for Asante Kotoko, has said that he believes he requires prayers in order to maintain his virginity.
After a successful campaign with his team in the Algerian premier league, the 23-year-old player has returned to his home country of Ghana.
The former Asante Kotoko striker is known for his cheery personality, and in a recent interview with Abusua FM, he said that his virginity is in danger as a result of the chilly weather.
“I’m still a virgin and I want people to pray for me so I can keep my virginity,” he said, as quoted by Footballghana.
“My virginity is under threat and the weather too is making this difficult so I need prayers to keep it intact.”
Meanwhile, the young striker also revealed his ambition to become a regular in the national team ahead of the Qatar 2022 World Cup.
As a reminder, Black Stars will make a return to the world stage in November, having been paired against Portugal, Uruguay and South Korea in Group H.
Opoku believes he can replicate Jordan Ayew’s rise in the national team, insisting he is good enough to command a starting berth.
“I’m the next Jordan Ayew in the Black Stars squad. If I am fit, I will start ahead of Inaki Williams and other strikers,” he added on Accra-based Atinka FM.