Stonebwoy celebrates Ghana's two victories in 2026 FIFA World Cup qualifiers

Published on: 14 June 2024
Stonebwoy celebrates Ghana's two victories in 2026 FIFA World Cup qualifiers

Stonebwoy, a renowned Ghanaian Afro-dancehall, and reggae musician, has expressed his joy and pride over the Ghana Black Stars' recent victories in the 2026 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.

In an interview with Peace FM, monitored by, Stonebwoy praised the team's performance, highlighting their potential as a formidable force in African football.

“What I know Ghana Blac Stars to be for me the blessing on us is a serious blessing that one I know for sure in my heart of heart anytime the team is playing the Black Stars is playing you see that we have a great to conquer any team. We have beaten Brazil before with the u-20 in the World Cup we played against them so with the recent two matches played I am happy with the progress," he said.

"The number of goals in the match (against CAR) we have scored four goals the last match also was a number of goals so you see that we have approximately ten goals in two matches that tells you we are a dangerous team if we put things right we will be too much because in Africa we are a potential formidable team,” he added.

The musician's comments come after Ghana's impressive display in their last two matches. The team secured a 2-1 victory over Mali on June 6th, with goals from Ernest Nuamah and Jordan Ayew. Following this win, Ghana faced the Central African Republic on June 10th, 2024, at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium. The match ended in a thrilling 4-3 victory for Ghana, with Jordan Ayew scoring a hat trick and Fatawu Issahaku contributing another goal.

Ghana's current form has seen them rise to second place in Group I, level with Comoros, each having nine points after four games.