Parliament has tossed its weight behind the Black Stars in front of their first leg World Cup qualifier game against Nigeria on Friday, March 25.
JoyNews’ Parliamentary Correspondent, Kwesi Parker-Wilson unveiled this on The Pulse on Wednesday.
He said the House likewise charged Ex-Black Stars players and Ghanaians to halt from emerging with disheartening remarks against the group and rather show backing and support.
The Black Stars confronted the brunt of numerous Ghanaians including Ningo-Prampram MP, Sam George and Dancehall Artiste, Shatta Wale following their first-round exit in the 2021 African Cup of Nations.
Last week, the Deputy Majority Leader, Alexander Afenyo-Markin said the Parliamentary Committee entrusted to test the Black Stars’ horrifying exhibition in the 2021 African Cup of Nations, has finished its work.
Talking in Parliament on Friday, Mr. Afenyo-Markin, notwithstanding, noticed that the Committee has chosen to clutch its report and delivery it after the game with Nigeria.
“Mr Speaker, I’m dependably educated that the work given to them is finished. Then again, actually Mr. Speaker, there is a Ghana-Nigeria match. An extremely essential match and the Committee in its insight is of the view that, that match should be played in harmony and all matters be examined later.”