Kumawood comic actor Kwaku Manu has taken to social media, publicly advising Ghanaian football sensation Dede Ayew to mull over retirement. His concerns? The potential impact on the illustrious legacy left behind by Dede’s father, the legendary Abedi Pele.
In a recent video that has set tongues wagging, Kwaku Manu voiced his apprehensions about Abedi Pele’s legacy, suggesting that Dede Ayew’s recent performances on the field have not measured up to the high standards set by his football icon father. The award-winning actor highlighted Dede Ayew’s reported struggles, noting that these challenges led to him being benched in favor of his brother Jordan Ayew during the recent AFCON23 games.
Kwaku Manu’s advice comes on the heels of Ghana’s exit from the African Cup of Nations tournament after a less-than-impressive draw with Mozambique. This outcome has not only disappointed fans but has also raised serious concerns about the overall performance of the Blackstars.
While Kwaku Manu acknowledged Dede Ayew’s past achievements, he provocatively suggested that retiring from football might be a strategic move to safeguard the esteemed legacy built by his father, Abedi Pele. This plea has stirred heated debates among football enthusiasts and passionate fans of the Ayew family, adding another layer of complexity to Dede Ayew’s future in the world of sports.