2026 World Cup Qualifiers: Ghana’s Vice President Dr Bawumia visits Black Stars camp ahead of Central Africa Republic clash

Ghana’s Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia has paid a visit to the Black Stars ahead of their 2026 World Cup qualifying game against Central Africa Republic on Monday night.

The four-time Africa champions play host to the Wild Beast of Central Africa Republic at the Baba Yara Stadium at 7pm.

However, the Vice President, who doubles as the flagbearer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) has visited the team and motivated the players to deliver in their game against Central Africa Republic. He was accompanied by the Sports Minister, Ussif Mustapha.

The entourage was received by the President of the Ghana Football Association, Kurt Okraku and head coach of the Black Stars, Otto Addo.

An incredible boost of support from the Vice President of Ghana, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, as he visits our team ahead of tonight’s game against Central African Republic” a post shared on the Black Stars platform on X, formerly known as Twitter.

Ghana’s group is widely open, with all teams having a fair chance after three rounds of matches. The four-time Africa champions are tied on six points with Madagascar and Comoros.

The aforementioned countries are closely followed by Mali with four points and the Central African Republic also with four points, while Chad is at the bottom with no points.

However, the Black Stars must ensure they secure maximum points over the Wild Beast on home turf to push them further on the standings in Group I.

As the match draws closer, fans are gearing up for what is expected to be a thrilling encounter. With the Baba Yara Stadium set to be filled to capacity, the atmosphere promises to be electric, providing the Black Stars with the support they need to secure victory.

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