Ghanaian Footballers Stranded In Ethiopia Over Covid-19 Restrictions

A number of Ghanaian footballers have been left stranded in Ethiopia after the Ethiopian league was cancelled last month due to the spread of the deadly coronavirus pandemic.

Players including former Black Stats defender Lee Addy, former Asante Kotoko players Muntari Tagoe, Yakubu Mohammed and Edwin Tuffour Frimpong among others are left with no were to go in Ethiopia.

The players are expected to return to Ghana to join their families in this abnormal times after their contracts with their various clubs were cancelled to ease of financial burdens of their clubs but have been left wandering for shelter and accommodation in outside country.

In a video captured in front of the Ghanaian High Commission to Ethiopia in Addis Ababa, the players plead with the Government of Ghana to help them join their families in Ghana.

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