Ghanim Al Muftah Wikipedia: Age, Family, Net Worth, Caudal Regression Syndrome

Who is Ghanim Al Muftah

Famous Hollywood actor Morgan Freeman made a surprise cameo at the 2022 FIFA World Cup opening ceremony, although he wasn’t alone on the field of the Al Bayt stadium. The young Qatari youngster who captured the attention of the entire globe with his inspirational message and Quranic recitation was physically challenged and was seen with the American superstar.

Al Muftah was born as a twin and suffered from Caudal Regression Syndrome, a rare disorder that impairs lower spine development. Ghanim is a public and motivational speaker. He founded Gharissa Ice Cream.


Real NameGhanim Al Muftah
Nick NameGhanim
Birth DateMay 5, 2002
Age (As Of 2022)20 Years Old
Birth PlaceQatar
ProfessionMotivational Speaker
Zodiac SignTaurus
Relationship StatusSingle And Unmarried
Net WorthNot Known
Height (approximately)2 Feet 5 Inches
73 cm
0.7 m
Weight (approximately)20 Kg
44 lbs


Ghanim Al Muftah is 20 years old. He was born on May 5, 2002.



Eman Ahmad (mother) and Mohammed Al-Muftah (father) gave birth to Ghanim Al-Muftah. His mother’s persuasion got him into school because many schools refused to admit him. He also has an identical twin brother named Ahmad.

What Is Caudal Regression Syndrome?

Caudal regression syndrome, also known as sacral agenesis, is an uncommon birth defect. It is a congenital disorder characterized by abnormal fetal development of the lower spine—the caudal partition of the spine. It occurs at a rate of about one in every 60,000 live births.

Some babies are born with minor differences from typical development, while others have significant differences. Most grow up to be otherwise normal adults who struggle with walking and incontinence.


Al Muftah has defied all odds and is now studying political science in order to become a diplomat. He has approximately 3 million Instagram followers and is very popular on TikTok.

The Qatari youth icon has amassed massive following his appearance on the world stage after delivering a powerful speech during the World Cup opening ceremony.

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