- Asamoah Gyan is doing all he can to fix the relationship between him and his children
- This is seen through how he celebrated the 6th birthday of his daughter, Ohemaa
- Gyan had earlier denied the paternity of the children and asked for DNA tests
- He thus accused his wife, Gifty Gyan, of infidelity
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Ghanaian international footballer, Asamoah Gyan, must be on a desperate path to bond with his children again after the DNA saga that trended in the news some time ago.
After questioning the paternity of the children and asking for DNA tests to be carried on all three children to determine if he is truly their father, Gyan seeks to reunite with the children again.
It is in this vein that he has celebrated the birthday of his only daughter and the youngest of the three children, Ohemaa, with beautiful photos, referring to her as a “lovely daughter”.
Even after the birthday is over, Gyan has again shared a nice photo of Ohemaa to “thank everybody for the birthday wishes to my lovely daughter.”
Some fans have reacted to Gyan’s post describing Ohemaa with beautiful words:
Eugene, for instance, called her “gorgeous”:
bruh_eugene: “She is gorgeous mern! Belated birthday to Ohemaa. We love her.”
Amoah and Yes say she is beautiful:
amoah1271: “Wow oo oo your baby girl is beautiful.”
yes_iam_gorgeouz: “Too much beauty.”
Boadan says Gyan is always welcome:
official_boadan_cosmos22: “You are always welcome, Capito”
Meanwhile, Gyan’s children were victimised in those days when their father boldly requested for their DNA tests and filed for divorce from his wife.
He thus accused their mother of infidelity, and his big brother, Baffour Gyan, even went ahead to seize the cars belonging to Gifty Gyan.
On the day of the DNA tests, Gyan’s children reportedly ignored him when he tried to speak to them at the health facility.
This went a long way to show how strained the relationship between the father and kids had become.
Fortunately, the footballer has been able to right all his wrongs and is doing well at bonding with his children again.
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