Stranded Ghanaian Footballers In Ethiopia Are Reportedly Back In Ghana

Ghanaian footballers stranded in Ethiopia

21 Ghanaian footballers who called on the government of Ghana to be evacuated after being stranded in Ethiopia, have reportedly arrived in the country.

The stranded footballers were seen in a video, which went viral on June 23, 2020, pleading with the government of Ghana to help them return home.

Kurt Okraku, the President of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) later indicated that he was working with the Minister of Youth and Sports, Issac Asiamah, to ensure that the footballers return home.

A report by Citi Sports, however, indicates that the footballers arrived in the country late Friday night via a bus from Lome, having arrived in the Togolese capital with a flight from Addis Ababa early Friday morning.

They were immediately taken to the Ghanaman Soccer Center of Excellence in Prampram where they will now undergo a 14-day mandatory quarantine.

The footballers include Lee Addy, Muntari Tagoe, Yakubu Mohammed, Abdul Latif Mohammed, Fuseini Nuhu, Alhassan Nuhu, Rahim Osumanu, Aaron Amoah, Edwin Frimpong Manso, Osei Mawuli among a host of others.

Below is the video of their plea to government:


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