GHANA TO PLAY NIGERIA TO COMMEMORATE INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION
Ghana will play Nigeria to commemorate the country’s 60thIndependence Day celebration, Ghanasportsonline.com can reveal.
The two nations will renew their rivalry in football as they clash in an international friendly to mark the special occasion.
Sources reveal the game has been scheduled to take place in Ghana in October which will be a FIFA free day to allow Nations engage in friendly matches.
Ghana last played Nigeria in an international friendly in October 2011 where the game ended in a 0-0 stalemate.
The two Nations have maintained a good relationship in the past years.
Meanwhile Ghana’s two most glamorous Clubs Asante Kotoko and Hearts of Oak will clash on May 3 as part of the Independence Day celebrations.
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