Ghana premier league side Eleven Wonders has decided to break camp for a week following the suspension of football activities in Ghana in the wake of the Corona Virus being confirmed in the country.
So far Ghana has recorded 16 positive cases of Covid-19 and there are fears the situation could escalate just as has happened across countries like the USA, France, Italy and Spain.
On Sunday the president Nana Akuffo Addo announced as part of measures to curb an outbreak the suspension of all sporting activities for four weeks with football the most hit.
This has led to some clubs deciding to break camp and the latest to join this list is Eleven Wonders.
A statement from the club’s communication department read.
” The management of Techiman Eleven Wonders extend its warm regards to the football fraternity.
The management of the club this morning after training at Tuobodom has break the team for a week amidst to the directives of the President Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo to suspend all football activities and public gathering.
But before the break, a medical Doctor from Techiman Holy Family was invited to give education on COVID-19 and it’s preventive measures to the team.
We will resume on Saturday 28th March,2020.
We entreat all our supporters and football loving fans to stay safe from the COVID-19 disease.
We promise our fans that management is working hard to strengthen our team as the transfer window has been open.”