Ghana has been stripped off the right to host the 2018 African Women Cup of Nations (AWCON) after a decision by the Confederation of African Football (CAF).
According to CAF, the venues earmarked for the competition are way behind schedule, hence the decision to strip the hosting rights off Ghana with less than 3 months to the start of the competition.
Photos: Exiled Yahya Jammeh Is Now A Farmer
Ex-President of Gambia, Yahya Jammeh who went into hiding after booted out of office has found solace in farming as his new career.
The 51-year-old former military ruler has been spotted in a farmland going about some farming duties via photos shared by Africafeeds.com
The Way Equatorial Guinea Behaved | Are Africans For REAL?
Football is just a game and FIFA has so many rules headed by their fair play policy—but what we say today in the stadium at Equatorial Guinea defeats everything sensible human beings stand for and to be frank, these things make you feel so ashamed being an African.
Must the host country always win by all means? To be fair, the players of Equatorial Guinea stayed level-headed and well composed but the supporters who sort of present the general population really ditched every bit of human decency—once again, earning Africa a bad press.
Equatorial Guinea to Host 2015 Africa Cup of Nations After Morroco Rejected Hosting It Over EBOLA Outbreak
In a shocking twist and what many consider as irresponsible, the Confederation of Africa Football (CAF) has announced that, the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations will be hosted by Equatorial Guinea—this comes after Morroco which was to host the tournament asked to postpone it from 17 January to 8 February because of the current Ebola outbreak…
CAF rejected Morroco’s proposal and went on a hunt, looking for a country willing to host it—and though Ghana was considered, public opinion in Ghana was against the idea to the extent that the Ministry of Sports did not even have to consider holding talks with CAF.
Morocco has been expelled from the relocated tournament, which will now be held in Equatorial Guinea, a country which co-hosted with Gabon in 2012.
AFCON 2012 Experience At La Pleasure Beach!
La Pleasure Beach, one of the sought after beaches in Ghana is set to entertain football fans as the management of the beach in collaboration with Danass Entertainment, a movie production company will commence telecasting to Ghanaians the on-going African Cup of Nations [AFCON 2012] hosted by Gabon and Equatorial Guinea.
On a typical Sunday at La Pleasure Beach, families spend time together as the sea breeze offers a serene environment for relaxation. The venue has hosted lots of major concerts.