The Ghana Football Association led by Mr. Kurt Okraku has quickly move to aid the Ghanaian footballers who are stranded in Ethiopia.
A video went viral on social media Tuesday afternoon which saw the footballers begging the Government to evacuate them to Ghana. They discussed that they are stranded due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Seen in the circulated video were former Black Stars defender Lee Addy, and a former Asante Kotoko and Medeama SC goalkeeper Muntari Tagoe, as well as Alhassan Nuhu and others.
Ghana FA President Kurt Okraku has moved to liaise with the Sports Ministry to ensure their safe arrival.
“I have just taken notice of a video of some Ghanaian footballers who seem to be stranded in Ethiopia.. I’m in contact with Hon. Issac Kwame Asiamah (Sports Minister)who has directed that, contact be made with the boys and the Ghana Embassy in Ethiopia…..”
The FA President whose jurisdiction is in charge of Footballers welfare in Ghana maintains that every available resources at the disposal of the FA and the Government will be put in place to save the stranded Footballers.
“All hands on deck at the moment to offer every support to our brothers…..
“Soon ,….this too shall pass!!!!!!,’ Mr Kurt Okraku wrote on Facebook.