The Ghana Black Stars on Saturday arrived in Cameroon for the 2021 Total Energies Africa Cup of Nations.
In a tweet, the team noted that they “have safely landed” in the host country.
Information gathered by JoySports reveals that Kamaldeen Sulemana is with the team in Cameroon.
The 33rd Africa Cup of Nations tournament begins today, Sunday, after rescheduling due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Sunday’s fixture will see host nation Cameroon, go up against Burkina Faso at Olembe Stadium in Yaounde. Later in the day, Ethiopia will face Cape Verde.
Ghana is scheduled to play on Monday. The team will go up against Morocco at Stade Ahmadou Ahidjo.
Before this, Senegal will face Zimbabwe and Guinea will battle it out with Malawi at Kouekong Stadium in Bafoussam.
The last game for the day features Comoros and Gabon.
The games will be live on the Multimedia Group Limited’s radio platforms: Adom FM, Asempa FM, Nhyira FM, Joy FM and Luv FM.
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