Management and supporters’ leadership of Ghana Premier League club, Accra Hearts of Oak, has condemned the failure of fans to adhere to COVID-19 protocols in their game against Great Olympics.
The club is serving a ban by the Ghana Football Association (GFA) to play games behind closed doors for not complying with the COVID-19 matchday protocols in their game against the Dade boys on January 30th at the Accra Sports Stadium.
In a press release signed by the club’s communications manager, Kwame Opare Addo, it says, measures were put in place to ensure the adherence to the protocols but they were disregarded.
It also reminded supporters COVID-19 is real and should follow the protocols to save human lives.
Read full statement below:
Hearts of Oak will host Legon Cities at the Accra Sports Stadium today in a Ghana Premier League week 13 encounter behind closed doors at 6:00 PM.