Andre Ayew Has Not Received Any Invitation From Parliament – Family Spokesperson, Fiifi Tackie

The spokesperson for the Ayew family, Fiifi Tackie has disclosed that Andre Ayew is yet to receive an official invitation from the Parliamentary Select Committee on Youth and Sports to appear before the committee.

Andre, 32, who captained the Black Stars at the just ended 2021 Africa Cup of Nations [AFCON] was reported to have been invited by the Parliamentary Select Committee on Sports to answer questions about what led to Ghana’s poor performance at the tournament.

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However, Fiifi Tackie has revealed that the family is unaware of any invitation from the committee during an interview with Ghanaweb.

According to him, he only learnt of the invitation via social media and that no such communication has been made to the player or family.

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He disclosed the name in the purported letter which has gone viral on social media is not the official name of the Black Stars player.

The spokesperson of the Ayews urged Parliament’s Select Committee on Sports officially write to the player and not share such sensitive information in the media space.

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He concluded by saying Andre Ayew will avail himself and help the committee if due process is followed.