Ghana’s Youth and Sports minister Isaac Asiamah hon. said government is optimistic for sports activities resumption as the country registers positive results from the fight against coronavirus pandemic.
Individual as well as collective sports activities have been halted since mid-March in Ghana due to the coronavirus pandemic. However, Ghana Football Association whistled the end of Ghana Premier League’s 2019/20 season months ago.
Meantime, GFA held it 26th ordinary congress on September 1st, 2020 with Isaac Asiamah taking part to the session.
The 44-year-old then appeared to be optimistic for a quick sports activities resumptions.
“Let me commend you for the various steps you have taken in developing Ghana football after the Normalisation process. Indeed, the innovative and inspiring #BringBackTheLove campaign embarked on by the GFA showed clear signs that football was on ascendancy and fans were beginning to patronize domestic league matches again.” Isaac Asiamah said, per Sportworldghana.
“Unfortunately, the COVID-19 pandemic halted the momentum that the leagues were generating. It is our fervent hope that innovative steps would be put in place to ensure that when the game finally returns, which I know will be very soon, it will pick up from where it left off. he added.
“With the positive results we are getting from the fight against the pandemic, Government is optimistic that soon it would be safe and appropriate to lift the restrictions on both individual and team contact sports activities in Ghana ” Isaac Asiamah concluded.