Kofi Kingston opened a library and digital center the help the people of Ghana.
When Kofi Kingston won the WWE Championship at WrestleMania 35 in 2019, he accomplished his lifelong dream of becoming the WWE Champion.
During his title reign, he also took a trip to Ghana, which is where Kofi was born in the continent of Africa. Kofi made history as the WWE Champion because he’s the first African-born WWE Champion in history.
This week, Kofi made another trip to Ghana for the opening of a Library & Digital Center. Kofi was on hand with his mother to open the CLICK for Quality Education Foundation (a.k.a. Computer Lab and Integrated Centre of Knowledge for Quality Education) that will assist Junior High Schools in Ghana.
The plan is to create award-winning computer labs and integrated centers of learning (library media centers) for Junior High Schools in Ghana. The project was first announced by Kofi in October 2022.
Kofi Kingston shared his excitement with this post on X/Twitter.
Today is the day! pic.twitter.com/Nbs9cGnsT6
— Kofi Kingston (@TrueKofi) October 13, 2023
Kofi Kingston shared more on his Instagram stories. Natalya, who has been part of the WWE roster for 15 years just like Kofi, reacted to it noting that she was proud of her friend.
— Nattie (@NatbyNature) October 14, 2023
Kofi Kingston competed in a Viking Rules Match this week on WWE Raw
As for his WWE career, Kofi Kingston and The New Day are part of the WWE Raw roster. This past Monday on Raw, Kofi was in singles action against Ivar of the Viking Raiders in a Viking Rules Match.
They had a very physical match with tables, shields, and other weapons being used. Ivar picked up the win over the former WWE Champion Kingston thanks to a devastating moonsault off the top rope.
Congratulations to Kofi Kingston on his incredible project in Ghana that will be a great place for so many kinds there.