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Ghana Legend Abedi Pele Gets Surprise Visit from Top Guinean Musician Grand P and His Girlfriend
- Guinean singer Grand P has paid a visit to the Ayew family
- The famous singer met Abedi Pele and his wife at their home in Accra
- Abedi Pele is celebrated in Africa for his illustrious football career
African football legend, Abedi Pele received a surprise visit from popular Guinean musician Grand P and his girlfriend at his house in Accra, Ghana.
Grand P, known in real life as Moussa Sandiana Kaba, is in Ghana for business purposes but took time off his schedule to meet the three-time Africa Player of the Year.
The singer expressed excitement after seeing the former Olympique Marseille star, a man he has admired from a distance.
"It is with great pleasure to meet the legend of African football #ABEDI_AYEW_PELE. Thank you," wrote Grand P, as quoted by Ghana Soccernet.
Grand P is also very popular on social media, mostly sharing photos and videos of himself and his girlfriend, Eudoxie Yao. His diminutive nature draws a lot of attention, making him one of the biggest stars on the continent.
Meanwhile, Abedi Pele is revered for his achievements in football, having won several titles in his career.
Abedi Pele also won the Africa Cup of Nations with Ghana in 1982.
Abedi Pele defend sons from critics
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that three-time African Player of the Year, Abedi Pele has replied to critics of his sons, Andre and Jordan Ayew, insisting he suffered a similar situation during his playing days.
The Ayew brothers have come under continuous criticism from fans over their average performances for the national team in recent times.
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There have been calls from fans for the removal of the duo from the national team, but the brothers remain the most experienced members of the Black Stars.
Abedi Pele predicts AFCON 2023 success for Ghana
Sports Brief also reported that Legendary Ghanaian footballer Abedi Pele is hopeful Ghana can win the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations in Ivory Coast next year.
The four-time African champions have not won the tournament in forty years despite coming close three times since 1982.
Abedi Pele, a member of the Black Stars team that last won the competition in 1982, believes Ivory Coast 2023 could be Ghana's moment.