Ghana’s Ambassador to Egypt Lt. Gen. Obed Boamah Akwa has donated a cash of $1000 to the Black Galaxies ahead of the TotalEnergies African Nations Championship in Algeria.
The team is camping in Cairo, having departed Ghana on Saturday morning, to intensify preparations for the continental showpiece.
The Galaxies are expected to engage in more friendly matches after beating Egypt's U-20 side on Tuesday following goals from Kofi Kordzi and Sylvester Simba.
His Excellency visited the playing body and technical team at the Jewel Sports City Resort & Spa Hotel and left them with a stirring message.
"Set a high aims for yourselves and work together to develop a team-spirit that will help you fight to the very end. Also never give up till victory is won”.
“Everything is possible and let us consider this as a golden opportunity to lift high the flag of Ghana and prove to Africa that we are the best when it comes to football on the continent.
"Work together as a team. There is team work and there is team spirit. Team work is mechanical but team spirit means you want to die for your country.
"Never give up," he told the team.
Ghana is in Group C alongside Madagascar, Sudan and Reigning Champions Morocco.
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