June 14, 2024
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In a desperate move to seek divine intervention ratger than an exercise of faith, Ghanaians in Côte d’Ivoire held mass prayers ahead of the crucial Group B encounter versus Egypt.

A 2-1 opening day defeat to Cape Verde has left the Black Stars perilously close to a group stage exit for the second AFCON in a row. Egypt’s 2-2 draw in the group’s other much has further exacerbated Ghana’s situation.

The four-time African champions need to win against Egypt to stand a chance of qualifying to the next round of the tournament.

Twenty hours before the match, a section of Ghanaian fans gathered to seek divine intervention.

Meanwhile, the National Supporters Union who threatened to withdraw their support for the team, have resolved to stay.

This follows successful crisis talks between the Sports Ministry and the head of government’s delegation in Côte d’Ivoire.



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