Andre Dede Ayew, the black stars captain has spoken as a leader with regards to issues arising from pitch invasion by one Ghanaian supporter known to be Awal Sulaiman during the AFCON qualifies match between Ghana and South Africa.
Captain of the Black Stars, Andre Ayew has called on the Police to forgive Awal Sulaiman, the young man who invaded the pitch during Ghana’s 2-0 win over South Africa at the Cape Coast Stadium on Thursday night.
Sulaiman, a 25-year old nursing graduate is currently in the custody of Cape Coast Police and is set to be arraigned before court on Monday.
A number of Ghanaians have taken to social media to plead on behalf of the pitch invader but the Police are yet to soften their stance on the matter.
Media reports on Friday suggests that attempt by the Sulaiman’s family to get him out of the grips of the Police have proven futile and now the captain of the Black Stars himself has jump into the band wagon.
“We know how passionate football is, but it very important for everyone to always abide by safety rules at the stadium to make the place safe for everyone”, Andre Ayew said.
“I want to plead with authorities to tamper justice and mercy to our dear fans, especially truder Awal Suleman and I hope this will not happen again”, the Black Stars skipper pleaded.
The Black are currently training in Accra ahead of their trip to Sao Tome and Principe on Sunday for the second game of the 2021 AFCON Qualifiers.