Dormaahene honors Black Stars skipper Andre Ayew

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Dormaahene Osagyefo Oseadeeyo Agyemang Badu II has announced that Black Stars captain Andre Ayew will be honoured for his contributions to the country.

The Dormaahene announced on Thursday, June 22 that the first male baby born at Dormaa Hospital on Friday, June 23, will be named after the Black Stars skipper.

Additionally, Osagyefo Oseadeeyo Agyemang Badu II stated that he will together with the traditional council of Dormaa cater for the baby until he reaches the age of maturity.

The traditional ruler of Dormaa, the hometown of Premier League side Aduana FC made the revelation during a durbar which forms part of celebrations of the 2023 All Star Festival in the Bono, Bono-East and Ahafo regions.

The essence of the festival which started in 2022 is to celebrate the contributions of the region to Ghana football over the decades.

Andre Ayew graced the occasion with a number of Black Star players including his brother Jordan Ayew, Mubarak Wakaso, Felix Afena Gyan, Kudus Mohammed, Kamaladeen Sulemana and so on.

After the durbar at the premises of the Dormaahene, Ayew led an all star team coached by former Chelsea and Ghana manager, Avram Grant in a football game against a select side of betpawa Premier League and Access Bank Division One League players from the Bono region at the Nana Agyemang Badu I park.

The Ayew led team won the game 2-0, courtesy a goal from him and another from his brother, Jordan Ayew.

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