‘Respect and value your parents’ – Kamran Akmal’s message to fans on Mother’s Day
Kamaran Akmal is missing his mother on the auspicious day.
Updated - May 10, 2020 1:07 pm
Mother’s Day is being celebrated all over the world on Sunday. Even the cricketers are posting their pictures with their mother and thanking them for all the love. On this occasion, Pakistan cricketer Kamran Akmal also posted an adorable message for his mother who passed away in December 2018. Through his social media account, Akmal expressed that he is missing his mother every day of his life.
The wicket-keeper batsman posted a few pictures of himself and his family with their mother on his official twitter handle. In the four pictures, he depicted his feelings for his mother while it was also evident that the Akmal family is missing her a lot.
Respect & Value your Parents, says Kamran Akmal
Along with the pictures, Kamran Akmal also uploaded a beautiful caption. He expressed that he missed his mother very much and also revealed that when she was present with him, every day felt like a mother’s day. He wished all mothers on this auspicious day. The Pakistan wicket-keeper also urged everyone to always respect and value their parents.
“missing you Ami G.when you were with me my everyday was Mother’s Day.Happy Mother’s Day to all the mother.Respect & Value your Parents Because they worth it”, the caption of Akmal’s post read.
missing you Ami G.when you were with me my everyday was Mother’s Day.Happy Mother’s Day to all the mother.Respect & Value your Parents Because they worth it 😭 pic.twitter.com/YXGpTfhHgH
— Kamran Akmal (@KamiAkmal23) May 9, 2020
Kamran Akmal’s message to his brother Umar
Recently, Kamran’s younger brother Umar Akmal was banned by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) as he had failed to report match-fixing approaches made by several bookies. After the verdict came out, the elder Akmal publicly said that his brother needs to learn certain things from Virat Kohli, MS Dhoni and Sachin Tendulkar about discipline. He also added that this has been the most difficult time for his family.
“It has been a difficult time for us as a family with not just Covid19 but with the situation around Umar. He can never be what the media says he did. He may have reported late, but PCB should deal with him like anyone else. Cricket is our bread and butter. He has been dealt a very raw deal by the previous management (led by former coach Mickey Arthur). He needs a bit more support,” Kamran Akmal had said.