Germany and Bayern Munich defender, Jerome Boateng has described his short stay in Ghana as his “best experience” as he took to Twitter to interact with his fans.
The 31-year-old started a twitter trend “#AskJerome” as a way to interact with his followers on the social media app.
It was during the question and answer session that a user asked the German about his relationship with Ghana.
Do you have any family members in Ghana🇬🇭 and if you do , how’s your relationship with them #AskJerome
— Eli Jonas🏂 (@elivate_) March 17, 2020
The World Cup winner revealed he has family in Ghana and described his last visit to the country as a “Best experience”, going further to talk about the great hospitality he received.
I’ve been there in Dec 2018 – Best experience! I feel like home there, the people are incredibly friendly and I will definitely come again. Also got family over there yes 🇬🇭 https://t.co/Bw4aEiCWne
— Jerome Boateng (@JB17Official) March 18, 2020
In 2010, Jerome and Kevin Prince Boateng made history as the first brothers to play for two different countries in a FIFA World Cup tournament.
Germany won the game courtesy a Mesut Özil beautiful strike to book a slot to the next round of the World Cup together with the Black Stars of Ghana.
Jerome, 31 added he will definitely visit Ghana again and fans are loving it.
Thanks Jerome for replying Much love from. Ghana 🇬🇭❤
— Eli Jonas🏂 (@elivate_) March 18, 2020