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PICTURES: TP Mazembe star Solomon Asante buries late mum in Sefwi Wiaso

Published on: 05 January 2014
Father Christian Asante, Solomon Asante, brother Cifford Asante, Oduro Sarfo, Joe Debrah, Richard Kissi Boateng were there to console him.

By Oscar Mohammed

Ghana midfielder Solomon Asante buried his late mother on Saturday in his hometown Sefwi Wiaso in the Western Region.

Madam Monica Dankwaa, 60, passed away in Kumasi last month after a long battle with illness.

Yaw Frimponng ,Nii Adjei and others here at Sefwi Wiaso to console Solomon Asante.

Asante was joined by his four countrymen at TP Mazembe, former teammates and well-wishers.

Oduro Sarfo trying to have a word with Solomon Asante.

“I am grateful to Ghana FA president Kwesi Nyantakyi and all those who made it possible for me to be this far,” Asante said.

“My mother was a care taker and someone who cared for me but God knows best. We are moving on.”

Solomon Asante and sympathizers.

Asante played at the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations in South Africa where Ghana finished fourth.

Sports Journalist and personal friend Joe Debrah (left) and Solomon Asante.

He also played a bit-part role in Ghana's qualification to the 2014 FIFA World Cup finals.


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  • b4world says:
    January 06, 2014 01:59 am
    gfa turned up 4 essien and gyans parents funeral,why didn't they do the same 4 solomon asante,not respectful at all