Hitmaker Kobazzie Visits Liberia National Deaf Football Team, Liberian Football Expert Terms as Inspirations
Liberia-trained Football Expert, Weah Ephraim Harris says the visitation of Kobazzie on Tuesday is a source of inspiration for the team as they prepare for the eleven editions of the West African Deaf Football Union Tournament scheduled for Ivory Coast in August.
On Tuesday, July 18, Hit Liberian musician Kobazzie visited the Liberian Deaf National team as means of motivating the players and officials.
The team was thrilled to have received the “Lorma Boy”.
Many sports lovers believe that his visit is in support of promoting unity through sports.
The popular musician, known for hits bangers such as “Bounce” and “Enjoyment”, says he recognized the importance of sports in bringing people together and creating a sense of community.
Speaking to K-News Weah Ephraim Harris says the Liberian Deaf team sees Kobazzie’s visit as a reminder of the power of sports to bring people together, regardless of their abilities or differences.
“As the Liberian Deaf National Team prepares for the West African Deaf Football Union tournament, they can take comfort in the knowledge that they have the support of the Liberian community, including individuals like Kobazzie, is are committed to their success”.