Ghanaian Black Stars players and brothers Jordan Ayew and Dede André Morgan Rami Ayew were warmly welcomed when they arrived at the Kotoka International Airport (KIA) after the country was eliminated from the group stages at the 2023 African Cup of Nations (AFCON).
Black Stars captain Dede Ayew and his younger brother Jordan Ayew were picked up from KIA by their father, the legendary Ghanaian footballer Abedi Pele.
When they arrived at the arrival terminal of the airport, they were met by Ghanaians who gave them a warm welcome.
Many took out their smartphones and iPhones to take videos of them, while others seized the opportunity to take selfies as they cheered them on.
They also arrived with other Black Stars players, who were also welcomed by their fans at the airport.
Video of the arrival of Jordan and Ayew at the Kotoka International Airport (KIA).
Many Ghanaians in the comment section could not believe the love that was shown to Dede Ayew and his younger brother Jordan Ayew at the airport after constant criticisms over Ghana’s failure to qualify for the round of 16.
Below are the thoughts from Ghanaians on the video:
Eno bi the same people who were threatening to kill them, and now they are taking selfies with them eii Ghana
You can’t take Ghanaians seriously.
Pls, we need extra security for Ofori…
looks like the annoyance was only on the phone the love is still there
Ghanaians be fun fillers, Eiee …. You people no go boo them ?
Ajeei Pele has gone for his properties
Eiiiii, my people, after all the insults, you still take pictures, plus them
Abedi Pele go pick his sons himself. Go and attack and see
reported that Ghana’s Black Stars played a 2-2 draw with the Mambas of Mozambique in the 2023 AFCON in the last group game on Monday, January 22, 2024.
The draw left Ghana on the verge of elimination from the tournament with only two points from three games.
Despite the somewhat bad performance, Crystal Palace winger Jordan Ayew had a great game, scoring two goals for the Black Stars in penalties.