Jordan Ayew sponsors Orphans to watch Black Stars AFCON qualifier

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379967592_705310Ghana forward Jordan Ayew has given thirty (30) ophans of the Rwanda genocide an opportunity to attend Saturday’s 2017 AFCON qualifying match between the Black Stars and the Amavubi.

The Aston Villa striker also handed various food items and an undisclosed sum of money in addition to the match tickets for the match which will be played at the Amhoro Stadium in Kigali.

The 23-year old will lead the Black Stars attack in this afternoon’s match alongside Richmond Boakye Yiadom.

His brother Andre Ayew will wear the armband for Ghana with captain Asamoah set to sit out due to injury.


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