From the analyst of ACCRA24.COM, the Ivorian star Yaya Toure has been named the 2015 BBC African Player of the Year but Ghana's Andre Ayew lost the top award.
The 32-year-old garnered most votes to take the award for the second time ahead of Yacine Brahimi, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Andre Ayew and Sadio Mane.
It seems most Ghanaians did not take the trouble to do something about the voting.
The media houses, even did not encourage others to do so.
Voting is a problem for most Ghanaians. They are concern about their own businesses according to ACCRA24.COM but they will talk about the final result.
Note bothering about others business, is killing most Ghanaians.
ACCRA24.COM invigorates all Ghanaians to be their brothers' or sisters' keeper. Let help develop others and by doing so, we promote our own name, our country Ghana and Africa.
The question by GHANAsky.com was that;
"How many Ghanaians or Swansea City supporters actually visited BBC sports website?"
Football fans voted for Manchester City's Toure, who first won in 2013.
"I am very proud. To receive this dedication from the fans is unbelievable" - Toure told BBC Sport.
*Previous winners of BBC African Footballer of the Year award :
2014 - Yacine Brahimi (Algeria)
2013 - Yaya Toure (Ivory Coast)
2012 - Chris Katongo (Zambia)
2011 - Andre Ayew (Ghana)
2010 - Asamoah Gyan (Ghana)
2009 - Didier Drogba (Ivory Coast)
2008 - Mohamed Aboutrika (Egypt)
2007 - Emmanuel Adebayor (Togo)
2006 - Michael Essien (Ghana)
2005 - Mohamed Barakat (Egypt)
2004 - Jay Jay Okocha (Nigeria)
2003 - Jay Jay Okocha (Nigeria)
2002 - El Hadji Diouf (Senegal)
2001 - Sammy Kuffour (Bayern Munich & Ghana)
2000 - Patrick Mboma (Parma & Cameroon)