- Thomas Partey has donated his 2019 African Cup of Nations jersey that he wore in the match against Guinea Bissau to Nana Aba Anamoah
- While giving her the jersey, it was revealed that the jersey was the one he wore to score his only goal in the tournament
- Nana Aba Anamoah expressed excitement at the kind gesture done her by the Black Stars midfielder
Black Stars midfielder Thomas Teye Partey has dashed out his AFCON jersey to GH One TV presenter Nana Aba Anamoah.
According to the Atletico Madrid player, the jersey was the one he wore to score his goal against Guinea Bissau.
In a video that was sighted by YEN.com.gh, Thomas Partey expressed excitement in giving out his goal-scoring jersey.
Nana Aba Anamoah after taking the jersey claimed that she will also give it out to the winner of a contest she organized on Instagram during the AFCON tournament.
The popular screen goddess disclosed that she had asked fans to mention the favorite food of Thomas Partey.
She talked about how a gentleman was able to get the answer correctly which was 'kokonte and groundnut soup.'
Thomas Partey on the other hand expressed excitement at giving the jersey to Nana Aba Anamoah.
The interesting aspect is that Thomas Partey autographed the jersey with the inscription "For Nana Aba with love."
During the AFCON tournament, Nana Aba Anamoah openly threw her support behind the midfielder asking other Ghanaians to support him also.
It was however disappointing that Thomas Partey and the Black Stars team were booted out of the tournament during the round of 16 stage.
In another news, Shatta Wale has jabbed rapper Sarkodie for advising him when they met at Ghana Meet Naija concert in 2013.
He claimed that when he came out onto the music scene as Bandana, Sarkodie was in Junior High School.
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Source: Yen Newspaper