- The former Black Stars captain, Asamoah Gyan, is marking his 35th birthday today, 22 November 2020
- Gyan earlier on Sunday [today] released stunning birthday snaps to highlight his special day
- A video has emerged of Gyan celebrating his day with his brother, Baffour, and manager, Samuel Addo, as they cut his birthday cake and pop champagne
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The former Black Stars captain, Asamoah Gyan, is marking his 35th birthday with his brother, Baffour and his manager, Samuel Anim Addo, as he turns a year older today.
Born on 22 November 1985, Asamoah Gyan aka Baby Jet, turned 35 years and he has celebrated the momentous day with style.
The Legon Cities FC striker has served his followers and Ghanaians with quintessential snaps taken in his magnificent mansion.
YEN.com.gh earlier featured the first set of photos, which shows Asamoah Gyan rocking different kaftan attires.
In a video clip showing the ongoing celebration of Asamoah Gyan’s 35th birthday, his brother, Baffour, manager Samuel Anim Addo, and other friends joined him in a cake-cutting party to mark his special day.
Gyan’s manager shared the video with his followers on Instagram as they cut the cake and popped bottles of champagne.
The ace footballer beamed with smiles as he held a knife to cut his birthday cake.
Naturally, Asamoah Gyan has been showered with birthday well wishes all over beneath the post shared by his manager.
Slide to watch the video below.
In other news, Sergeant Jonathan Biney, a Ghanaian-born British army officer, has been named the Army Military Communicator of the Year 2020.
Asamoah Gyan gives fans a look into his $3m mansion & cars as he celebrates his 35th birthday (photos)
The Royal Logistic Corps Sergeant was recognised by the Company of Communicators for his exploits on social media influencer, particularly on Instagram, where he uses his platform to educate people, answer questions on a broad range of subjects, advocate for the Army and give people a glimpse into the life of a modern soldier.
A publication on the social media handle of the British Army discloses that Sergeant Biney belongs to the 7 Regiment Royal Logistic Corps.
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