Asamoah Gyan signs book of condolence for Queen Elizabeth II
Ghana’s most productive player Asamoah Gyan has marked the book of sympathies for Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II.
The previous Sunderland forward who is additionally the African player with the most objectives at the World Cup marked the book at the British High Commission in Accra out of appreciation for the late Queen within the sight of the High Commissioner, Harriet Thompson.
In a tweet illuminating his fans about this new turn of events, Gyan said;
“On behalf of my family, the football family, and my fans, I signed the book of condolence for the demise of the Great Queen.
Wishing the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth my deepest condolence, May the late Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II Rest In Perfect Peace! Amen. @ukinghana.”
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