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AFCON: DJ plays John Mahama’s “John 3:16” Campaign song inside the stadium after the match

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The African Cup of Nations tournament is currently underway in Ivory Coast and has already delivered some joyous moments for football lovers all over the world.

To those who made it to the stadium on match days, not only are they enjoying the spectacular skills displayed by their favourite football stars but they are also enjoying great music from some of the continent’s finest musicians.

On Wednesday, January 17, Zambia locked horns with the Democratic Republic of the Congo in an entertaining Group F match that ended in a 1-1 draw.

Just after the final whistle, the DJ at the stadium decided to put supporters in a dancing mood with some of the finest tunes across the globe, including John Mahama’s 2016 campaign song titled John 3:16.

The song John 3:16, which was a real banger and popular campaign song for former President John Dramani Mahama before the 2016 general elections, could be heard blasting loudly on speakers in the Laurent Pokou Stadium in Ivory Coast.

You won't believe what the DJ at Stade Laurent Pokou was playing after 🇿🇲🇨🇩.

This guy (John 3:16⛱) 🤣🤣 pic.twitter.com/up7bXJnFjN

— George Addo Jnr (@addojunr) January 17, 2024

Mohamed Kudus inspires Ghana to a 2-2 draw against Egypt

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Kudus celebrates his goals with teammates

The Black Stars of Ghana grabbed their first point in the group stage of the ongoing African Cup of Nations tournament, giving them a slim hope of qualification to the next stage of the competition.

Having lost their first game against Verde, it was a do-or-die situation for Ghana if they wanted to stand any chance of qualifying from the group stage of the competition and a win against Egypt would have put them in a comfortable situation.

The Black Stars struck first late in the first half through West Ham United attacker Kudus but the Egyptians found a way back into the game after an Inaki Williams back pass error.

Just minutes after Egypt’s equalizer, Ghana thought they grabbed all three points when Kudus gave them the lead but another error, this time from substitute Osman Bukari, gave Egypt the second equalizer.

The result means Ghana will now have to beat Mozambique in their final group game to stand a chance of qualification or call it over.

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