Dede Ayew, despite not being part of the squad to play against Nigeria, has found himself in the news since he landed in the country to also support his colleagues as they face Nigeria in the world cup play off today.
The reason he is trending is not a good ome, but quite an unfortunate incident that occured when he visited his colleagues at the Kumasi Sports Stadium in the build up to the game.
At the stadium, Dede was mobbed by fans who had gotten close to him, but others also saw it as an opportunity to carry out their evil deeds. As a result, it has been reported that an unknown fan has forcibly stripped off a wrist watch of Andre Ayew, as he made his way through the crowd.
To to make matters worse for Andre Ayew who missed out on the squad due to injury, it is reported that the watch cost around £20,000, an equivalent of Ghc193,389.93.
The video was posted on Instagram and has since generated alot of views and comments since it was posted some few hours ago.
(A picture of the watch reportedly stolen by fans at the Kumasi Stadium)
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