Hudson Odoi gifts Nana Addo his Chelsea Jersey during a visit to the Flagstaff yesterday. The news about the visit was shared by the president on his official Facebook page. Hudson-Odoi was born and raised in Wandsworth, Greater London. He is the younger brother of non-League striker Bradley Hudson-Odoi and the second son of former Hearts of Oak Ghanaian midfielder Bismark Odoi. In one of the photos attach to the Facebook post,Hudson could be seen presenting a Chelsea Jersey with 20 at the back (obviously his team jersey) to the president. The president wrote; On Monday, 7th June 2021, Ghanaian-born Chelsea footballer, Callum Hudson-Odoi, paid a courtesy call on me at Jubilee House, the seat of our nation's presidency. Amongst others, I urged the Minister for Youth and Sports to explore the possibility of having Callum switch nationality, and play for the Black Stars. Have a look at the photos below.

Hudson Odoi gifts Nana Addo his Chelsea Jersey during a visit to the Flagstaff yesterday.

The news about the visit was shared by the president on his official Facebook page.

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Hudson-Odoi was born and raised in Wandsworth, Greater London. He is the younger brother of non-League striker Bradley Hudson-Odoi and the second son of former Hearts of Oak Ghanaian midfielder Bismark Odoi.

In one of the photos attach to the Facebook post,Hudson could be seen presenting a Chelsea Jersey with 20 at the back (obviously his team jersey) to the president.

The president wrote;

On Monday, 7th June 2021, Ghanaian-born Chelsea footballer, Callum Hudson-Odoi, paid a courtesy call on me at Jubilee House, the seat of our nation’s presidency.

Amongst others, I urged the Minister for Youth and Sports to explore the possibility of having Callum switch nationality, and play for the Black Stars.

Have a look at the photos below.

Hudson Odoi gifts Nana Addo his Chelsea Jersey during a visit to the Flagstaff yesterday.  The news about the visit was shared by the president on his official Facebook page.  Hudson-Odoi was born and raised in Wandsworth, Greater London. He is the younger brother of non-League striker Bradley Hudson-Odoi and the second son of former Hearts of Oak Ghanaian midfielder Bismark Odoi.  In one of the photos attach to the Facebook post,Hudson could be seen presenting a Chelsea Jersey with 20 at the back (obviously his team jersey) to the president.  The president wrote;  On Monday, 7th June 2021, Ghanaian-born Chelsea footballer, Callum Hudson-Odoi, paid a courtesy call on me at Jubilee House, the seat of our nation's presidency.  Amongst others, I urged the Minister for Youth and Sports to explore the possibility of having Callum switch nationality, and play for the Black Stars.  Have a look at the photos below.