The Black Stars of Ghana one to nothing defeat suffered at the hands of the German national soccer side in the ongoing FIFA world Cup tournament in South Africa was nothing to celebrate by Ghanaians.

But despite the defeat, thousands of Ghanaians resident in Toronto stormed the popular Ghanaian Restaurants PANAFEST AND THE POINT, both on Jane and Wilson to partake in an organized celebration bash.

They had no reason to celebrate the one goal defeat they suffered in the match they played against the Germans but the mere fact that the Black Stars have qualified to next stage 1/16 alone brought a lot of joy to many soccer fans to celebrate over the performance of the national team in the ongoing tournament.

Usually clad in their national colours, men and women, young and old as well as boys and girls gathered in their numbers at Jane and Wilson immediately after the match to dance to music and funny jokes by certain DJs.

Speaking this reporter, the owner of the PANAFEST and THE POINT restaurants, Mr. Tony Kankam, described the performance of the Stars so far as a divine appointment for all Africans to see the manifestation of the spoken God.

“Our boys have really brightened the corner where they are, as the saying goes, that everywhere mother Ghana is it shines; so Ghana is shining and I thank the players for having brought us far. Whether win or loss we are going to celebrate over their performances so far,” he said.

Mr. Tony Kankam, was full of praise to fellow Ghanaians who have been trooping to his restaurant anytime to celebrate because they had always comported themselves which tells the whole world that Ghanaians have good leadership by which we are using to educate the youth how to behave well in the community.