Former skipper of the Black Stars, Asamoah Gyan- who is now acting as the General captain of the team, has been enstooled as a chief in Hohoe in the Volta Region of Ghana.
Gyan’s title is the Ngoriya-Doemenyotor of the St. Francis College of Education and the Gbi Traditional Area. The player’s philanthropic gesture for the people of the area, most importantly after solving an age-long water crisis, impressed the opinion leaders of the town, leading to his installation.
The former Sunderland player also funded the construction of a mechanized borehole in the school at a cost of $3000.
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#PRESSPLAY: General captain of the Black Stars, @asamoah_gyan3 has been installed as a chief in Hohoe in the Volta Region. _ Gyan’s title is the Ngoriya-Doemenyotor of the St. Francis College of Education and the Gbi Traditional Area. _ The installment is to recognize Gyan’s efforts in solving water crisis in the school.Gyan, through his foundation, funded the construction of a mechanized borehole in the school at a cost of $3000. The facility will help alleviate an old water problem in the school where students used to walk 2.5 kilometers to access water. _ In July of 2017, Asamoah Gyan was also awarded an honorary doctorate degree by the Ukrainian institution, Alfred Noble University, for his achievements for his country and the various clubs he has played for in his career so far. . . . . . #GhanaPaparazzi #AfricaPaparazzi #NkonkonsaCelebVideo #NkonkonsaExclusiveVideo #NkonkonsaVideo #Nkonkonsa #ViralVideo #AsamoahGyan #BabyJet