Moh Awudu, an internationally recognized, multi-award-winning graffiti artist who focuses on the sensual nature of art with the aim of influencing positive behaviors through the use of murals, graffiti and traditional paintings tells an inspiring story of the Black Stars player Mohammed Kudus.
The mural titled “Possible” was created on a wall along the streets of Kanda Highway, a suburb of Accra where Kudus grew up.
According to the artist Moh Awudu, The Nima community is noted for all the negative stories in the past and young people are looking for ways to change the narrative. Having an inspiration like Kudus whom the people can easily relate to because he was part of them is enough to instil hope and motivate them to aspire to greater heights irrespective of their station of birth.
He added that, Kudus exhibited discipline and took bold steps to move out of his comfort zone in other to achieve his dream. “I believe that if kudus has been able to do it, then any other person can do it” This inspired the theme of the painting “Possible”
In attendance were great personalities from the creative arts and other sectors of society, such as Kobby Blaq, Rabiu Maude the Zongo youth President King Zico (Zico Ishaq Abubakar Newton) Executive Director Mother of all Nations Foundation and the Founder of The New Ghana Media, Afua Asabea Asare CEO of Ghana Export Promotion Authority, Abdul Hamid Abubakar, Sabtiya Mbappe Abubakar, Gerard Nartey and host of others