Ghana Football Association Executive Council member Randy Abbey has implored government to come to the aid of Ghana football.
The GFA this week met with the Sports Ministry on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak in the country. According to Randy, talks between the two parties went well.
Speaking in a radio interview, the Kpando Heart of Lions owner said football plays a key role in the economic situation of the country as over 4000 people are being employed through football and is calling on government aid them financially in this trying moments.
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Football activities in the country as been suspended as part of measures to control the spread of the Covid-19.