Ben Stokes separated himself from the nomination of ‘New Zealander of the Year’:
England’s best all-rounder and Ben Stokes, who won the World Cup 2019, supported Ken Williams for the ‘New Zealander of the Year’ award.
Sharing a passionate letter on his Instagram account, he wrote that “I am proud of my New Zealand, but I am not right for this glorious award.”
Ben Stokes Posted on Instagram:
In his letter posted on Instagram, he praised New Zealand captain Ken Williamson a lot. And told them the perfect person for this award.
He wrote, ‘I am very happy that I was nominated for’ New Zealander of the Year ‘. I am extremely proud of my New Zealand and Maori Heritage. But I do not feel right to be nominated for this honorable award. There are many people who are entitled to this honor and have done a lot for New Zealand. “
Stokes told Ken is a Inspirational Leader:
He further wrote, “I helped England win the World Cup and most of my life was spent in the UK. This is when I was only 12 years old. I think all the people of the country should give their support to New Zealand captain Ken Williamson.
They should be recognized as New Zealand’s greatest player. In the whole world cup he led his team with specialty and elegance. He became Player of the Tournament and emerged as an inspirational leader. He maintained humility and sensitivity at every level and proved to be an all-rounder as a good man. “He established an ideal while describing how a New Zealander should be. He deserves the right to get this appreciation, New Zealand. They deserve this respect and they will get my vote too. “
Ben Stokes’ Birth:
Ben Stokes, who
played in England’s team, was born in New Zealand, although he later
went to England. His parents still live in Christchurch, New Zealand.
Ben Stokes was born on 4 June 1991 in Christchurch, New Zealand. His
full name is Benjamin Andrew Stokes. When he was 12, his family moved to
England in connection with work. That’s where he started his cricket
career. He joined Durham County and joined England under-19 A few years
later, the parents returned to New Zealand, but Ben was left alone.