In a video that has gone viral online, the vice president urged Ghanaians to support the Black Stars as they play their first match of the World Cup this year on Thursday.
Bawumia said, “The time has come for the Black Stars to take on the world. We have a group of talented players who have been selected and no one can intimidate them. I want to urge the Black Stars to play their hearts out.” for mother Ghana”.
“We can stun the world. We’ve done it before and we can do it again. They should go out and emulate the historic feats of their predecessors,” he added.
Ghana captain Andre Dede Ayew, who has already participated in two World Cups for his country in 2010 and 2014, assured his compatriots that they would be proud of the team.
“On behalf of my teammates, I would like to express our gratitude to the Ghanaians for the various forms of motivation and support. We hope to make them happy and proud in this tournament,” Ayew said Wednesday from the team’s camp in Qatar.
As part of the preparations leading up to the World Cup, the Ghana Football Association organized three friendly matches to assess the readiness of the team.