The younger Ayew, who made a move to Aston Villa at the beginnning of last season was seen in photos together with his clubmate and Benin national striker, Rudy Gestede.
Both players could have returned to their respective countries to celebrate the Eid holiday, but opted to stay in Aston and celebrate with the local community. Their move was hailed by the locals who saw it refreshing of the otherwise wealthier soccer stars to break the Ramadan fast with people who are not as wealthy or popular as them.
The older brother, Dede Ayew, however spent the EID festival in Ghana with the Minister of Parliament for the Ayawaso West Constituency.
The MP posted the photos with Dede Ayew on social media network, Instagram with the caption, "With Dede Ayew after EID UL-FITR prayers!".
Jordan Ayew has however been tipped as one of the players who could leave Aston Villa after the close of the summer transfer window, he will however be back in training on today [Thursday, 07-07-2016] as Aston Villa begins intense pre-season under Roberto di Mateo for life in the Championship.