By Ayipala Jude Anab
Reports from a meeting held by the National Sports Authority suggests that Ghana made Gh¢ 100,000 more when the Black Stars played their Egyptian counterparts than when Ghana played Zambia at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium in Kumasi.
Speaking to the media after the meeting, the spokesperson of the National Sports Authority, Mr. Hamid Issaka said, “I spoke with the chief accountant of the sports authority and he gave me a figure of Gh¢ 320,000 that is only about a Gh¢ 100,000 more than Ghana-Zambia match”.
He also proceeded by thanking the teaming supporters who made this possible by trooping to the Baba Yara Sports Stsadium to witness the Black Stars’ resounding victory against the Pharaohs of Egypt.
“We want to thank all Ghanaians for the support and for the way they comported themselves before, during and after the game,” he further explained.
Ghana will play Egypt in November where the Pharaohs will play host to the Black Stars in the second leg of the World Cup qualifier playoff tie.