Harry Maguire Was Mocked In GHANA’S PARLIAMENT During An Astounding Speech

Incredibly, despite his valiant efforts at the World Cup, Harry Maguire has been mentioned this week in the Ghanaian Parliament.

Harry Maguire, one of England’s outstanding World Cup performers, was ridiculed inside the Ghanaian parliament in a mind-blowing fashion in the course of a bizarre viral video that has surfaced online.

Friday’s World Cup match between Ghana and Uruguay, whom they defeated in the agonizing quarterfinals of the 2010 tournament in South Africa, will be one of the most important games in their history.

The South Americans advanced to the semifinals after Asamoah Gyan, a former Sunderland striker, missed the ensuing penalty kick against the crossbar with the game’s final kick after Luis Suarez was sent off for handling the ball off the line.

However, it’s surprising that Ghana’s crucial match against Uruguay wasn’t on politician Isaac Adongo’s mind as he gave a stirring speech about football inside parliament.

Instead, Adongo, who was standing and speaking to everyone in the room, compared Ghana’s vice-president Mahamudu Bawumia to England and Manchester United defender Harry Maguire by saying that he enjoys scoring own goals.

But there is a player like you in England who is playing for Manchester United, Adongo was heard saying in the video. His name is Harry Maguire.

Maguire, Harry He is an advocate. Being the best defender in the world, he tackles and throws his body around everywhere.

Purchasing him was done by Manchester United. At the heart of Manchester United’s defense, he quickly rose to prominence and started assisting the opposition.

He went on to say that this nation suffers from an economic Maguire. The same economic Maguire was lecturing at the university about how to increase the city’s value.

Mr. Speaker, why did we allow Maguire the opportunity to be the focal point of our defense? He took on the rest of our objectives.

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