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Black Stars Andre and Jordan Ayew donate to Islamic brothers

Ayew brothers are showing they have Islam at heart as they worshipped with a mosque at Nima and donated some food items to the Muslem who are fasting to observe the Ramadan.

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Andre Ayew and his junior brother Jordan Ayew donated food items to a mosque at Nima with two days to end the holy month of Ramadan.

Ramadan is a very important period on the Islamic calender and all devoted Muslims get involved in the 30-day fasting.

However, Muslims who fast within this period eat adequately when they break the fast and Ayew brothers who want to get the blessings of Allah in the holy Ramadan paid a surprise visit to the Nima Mosque to worship with fellow believers and donate some items to them.

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They then visited the Firdaus Foundation for Social Services Mosque at Nima Roundabout to observe the Islamic congregational prayers on Friday.

The duo went to the mosque in the company of the President of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), Kwesi Nyantakyi and the Communications Director of the association, Sannie Daara.

The Black Stars will face Mexico on 28th May June and 1st July, respectively against Mexico and the USA in friendly games, but the Ayew brothers have opted out of it.

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