VIDEO: Lee Addy, Muntari Tagoe & other Ghanaian players stranded in Ethiopia cry for help Featured
23 Jun

VIDEO: Lee Addy, Muntari Tagoe & other Ghanaian players stranded in Ethiopia cry for help

Ethiopian based Ghanaian footballers are currently stranded in the East African country.
Ghanaian players in Ethiopia are pleading to the Government of Ghana to come to their rescue following the cancellation of football activities in Ethiopia.
The players who complained bitterly about their current state in the East African nation in a video sighted by today saying the Government should help them to return to home.
The players disclosed their rent and work permit will be due on June 30th, leaving them to their own mercy in Eithopia.
Former Black Stars defender Lee Addy, Kweku Ando and Muntari Tagoe formerly of Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko respectively led the players to carry the message in a video to the Government of Ghana.
According to them, they submitted a petition to the Ghana Embassy in Eithopia but nothing fruitful has come out after reaching out to them.
Below is the video
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