The stranded Ethiopian nased Ghanaian players who were recently repatriated to Ghana and were quarantined at the Ghanaman Soccer School of Excellence Isolation Centre at Prampram have been released by the Ghana Health Service.
This follows the expiry of their mandatory 14 day quarantine period upon their entry into the country.
The repatriates numbering over 15 went viral weeks ago after a video message from them to Government went viral.
Led by former Black Stars defender, Lee Addy they narrated their plight in Ethiopia after they were left stranded following their failed attempts to return to Ghana dye to the cancellation of the Ethiopian football season.
With no money and no help coming their way, they uploaded the video on social media and subsequently got the needed response from the Ghana FA and the Ministry of Youth and Sports.
On their return to Ghana, Lee Addy expressed his and his colleagues gratitude to government and the Ghana FA for facilitating their return.
He said “On behalf of the players, I would like to thank the Government of Ghana, the GFA, the Sports Writers Association of Ghana (SWAG) and everybody who contributed for us to be brought back home.
“We say a big thank you to the GFA, especially Mr. Alex Asante, the Deputy General Secretary; they have done very, very well.
“I will like to use this opportunity to thank the media, the people who spread the message for the government to come to our aid.
“We thank the Ghanaian public and the Doctors who took care of us upon our return. May God bless us all,” he added.