Spokesperson of the Ayew family responds to reports that Andre Ayew has been summoned by parliament

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Spokesperson for the Ayew family, Fiifi Tackie has divulged that his outfit is yet to receive an official letter from the committee selected by Parliament to probe into Ghana’s disastrous 2021 African Cup of Nations (AFCON) campaign.

Yesterday, Chairman of Parliamentary on Youth, Sports and Culture, Johnson Kwaku Adu told Angel FM that Andre Ayew has been summoned to appear before the committee and provide answers as to why Ghana failed in Cameroon.

“It’s not only Andre Ayew who will appear before the parliament. There are former players like Stephen Appiah, I mean technical persons we feel will help to find the problems so that we can resolve the issues, because if we want to able to qualify to the World Cup by beating Nigeria, we have to talk about all these issues, the coach system and all,” the Member of Parliament stated as quoted by Ghanaweb.

However, spokesperson of the Ayew Family, Fiifi Tackie has told GhanaWeb Sports that the family is unaware of any invitation from the committee. He added that he only learnt of the invitation via social media and that no such communication has been made to the player or family.

Fiifi Tackie also disclosed that the name in the purported letter which is all over social media is directed to one “Andrew Abedi Ayew” and not Andre Ayew.

He urged the members of the committee to desist from handling such matters in the public, stressing that such sensitive issues when play out in the public do not help the players and the country at large.

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