- Dede Ayew was met by a group of town guys who nearly broke his car window whilst begging for some money
- The captain of the Black Stars was seen speaking Ga for the first time in the video to the amazement of many
- Whilst some Ghanaians have condemned how the townsfolk behaved, others praised Dede Ayew for his composure
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Captain of Ghana's national football team, Black Stars, has been besieged by a group of young men who were beseeching him to give them some money.
In the video that was shared on the Twitter handle of @FiifiTackie, Dede Ayew was seen publicly speaking Ga for the first time, a part of the video that amazed netizens.
As the townsfolk tried to push their hands through the car window to Dede's side, he was heard screaming at them in Ga,
"You will damage my glass oo. Take off your hands. I will give you something. You take your hands off"
Watch the video below:
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The video garnered a good number of views with some people condemning the behaviour of the beggars.
@Justiceawudu replying to @fiifitackie and @AyewAndre said:
We should not be encouraging this kind of behaviour.
Hahhahah. GH for you mehn.. the street always gonna give u love... its wonderful to see you show them love right back.
Cornelius K Tamakloe with the handle @C_NyahoTamakloe also replied to @fiifitackie and @AyewAndre saying:
Might have been very difficult driving out of there.
This happened as Ayew was on vacation in Ghana after a massive season with Swansea in the English Championship before his move to Al Sadd SC in Qatar.
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While top clubs battled it out for his signature, Ayew was keeping it cool in Ghana and spending time with his family and friends.
The Black Stars captain also shared a Father’s Day photo he took with his dad, Abedi Ayew “Pele”, and his brothers, Jordan and Raheem, in their luxurious mansion.
The photo quickly garnered thousands of likes and comments from fans on social media.
Another photo of Ayew meeting with and seeking to “learn more” from former Black Stars captain, Stephen Appiah, also drew praise and admiration from Ghanaians.
Ayew has been of the most successful players in Ghana’s history.
In 2009, he led the Black Satellites to victory in the U-20 World Cup.
The 31-year-old was also a member of the Black Stars team the reached the quarter-finals of the 2010 World Cup.
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