Found July 09, 2013 on
Asamoah Gyan with his father and brothers at the graveside of departed Cecelia Love Gyan Baffour Mensah
Asamoah Gyan visited the graveside of his departed mother; Cecelia Love Gyan Baffour Mensah in Mamponteng on Tuesday.
The Ghana captain traveled alongside his father and his two brothers; Baffour and Opoku to lay wreaths on the grave of the departed Madam Baffour Mensah.
The Al Ain striker lost his mother late last in year in a car crash in Accra and was buried in April.
Gyan has been in Ghana on holidays after an impressive season in the UAE Pro-League.
He again shone for the Black Stars in wins against Sudan and Lesotho in crucial 2014 World Cup qualifiers in June.
The 27-year-old and his brothers alongside his father decided to make the trip to Mamponteng to visit their departed mother before returning to his club to begin pre-season training.
Dressed in all-black, the four-member nuclear family in solemn mood prayed for their departed loved one before laying wreaths.
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