Ghanaian defender Abraham Frimpong has disclosed that he is very religious and keeps his faith with God a hundred percent.
The Ferencvarosi defender insists everything that happens in life is by the will of God.
Frimpong lost two of his sisters this year, one to the Coronavirus, but he maintains God has a reason for everything that happens.
“My faith in God. Religion is, so to speak, the most important part of my life, I pray several times a day. It also happens that I call home and talk to a pastor in Ghana, drawing more strength from it,” he told Bunteto.com.
“Yes, we keep it in all conditions. My mother died when I was four years old, but there were my two sisters and my half-sisters from my father’s second marriage,” he added.
“My sisters are only from above… They died this year, at the age of forty-three and forty-two, respectively. One of them was in a coronavirus, due to the epidemic, unfortunately I couldn’t go home for their funeral either.
“Not a drop. He knows why it’s happening. Whatever the plague, I believe in God one hundred percent. Sometimes it has to be hard, spiritually tough, but I keep my faith in all circumstances.”