The Ghana Black Stars will continue the qualification to the 2012 AFCON when the take on their visiting opponent fron Sudan in Kumasi.
A faulty floodlight at the Ohene Djan Stadium in Accra has forced the Ghana FA to move the match to the country’s second biggest city.
The National Sports Council, caretakers of the national stadia in the country, claim facing difficulties in repairing a damaged component in the floodlight for the past three months.
The Black Stars last played in Accra on 5 September 2009 and beat Sudan 2-0 to seal an early qualification to the 2010 World Cup finals.
Kumasi hosted the remainder of the three home matches for the joint 2010 Nations Cup/World Cup qualifiers.
Many national team players have expressed their presence to playing in Kumasi than Accra because of boo-boys.
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