On the 22nd of June, Black Stars Captain Andre Ayew led some of his teammates to play a ceremonial game in Dormaa Ahenkro organized by the BAC Group.
It was the first time the Black Stars captain had visited and played in the region.
Honored by the historic gesture, Dormaahene Nana Agyeman Badu II instructed that the first male born the next day at the Dormaa hospital will be named after Andre Ayew.
At 2:05 am on the 23rd of June, a baby boy was born to Mr. Appiah Tuffuor, a teacher with the Ghana Education Service.
The family agreed to name the baby after Andre Ayew. The ceremony was held today in Dormaa to a mammoth gathering.
Dormaahene donated an undisclosed amount of money to the family. The child’s education will be supported by the Dormaa Traditional Council till he reaches majority age.
Nana Agyeman Badu says the gesture is to honor Andre Ayew for his exemplary leadership and also inform other big personalities to visit Dormaa Ahenkro.
Source – Barima Nana Arkoh- Frempong Oware