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VIDEO: Junior Agogo shares heart breaking story of how his right hand is ‘immobile’ after recovering from stroke

Former Ghanaian international footballer, Manuel Junior Agogo has shared a heart breaking story of how he is not able to use his right hands to write. 

It will be recalled that Junior Agogo suffered a stroke some five years ago. 

In a video sighted by societywatch.net and posted on his Instagram page, Junior Agogo stated that he finds it difficult to move and control his right hand. “It’s better but it ain’t like before”, the former striker said.

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He also revealed how he suffered stroke and ended up spending most of his precious time in a hospital bed. Junior Agogo stated that he was struck down by the ‘debilitating’ illness on December 8, 2014.

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Due to his new state, he is unable to do the things he used to do as a result of the stroke and it has affected him in so many ways. 

Watch Junior Agogo’s video below…

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God is good🥴😂❤️

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About Kwamina DEXTRO

I believe that everything in this world is possible. The question is “how can it be done?” I am a reserved individual who likes to research on diverse topics, so as to build my knowledge bank and I love to write.

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