The Black Stars of Ghana is set to face Gabon today on the ongoing African Cup Of Nations which is happening in Cameroon. The Black Stars lost their first game against Morroco in a marginal defeat of one goal to neil. The first game has made a lot of people talking as to whether the Black Stars can win the ongoing African Cup Of Nations or not. According to a video circulating on the social media has spotted the Ghana Black Stars supporters in Cameroon praying in tongues for victory for the Black Stars against Gabon.
From the video spotted saw a group of Ghanaian men and women praying to God to help the Ghana National team for a victory against Gabon. The match which is set to take off at exactly 7:00pm between the Black Stars and Gabon has raised a lot of people's attention as to whether the Black Stars can win this game for all the maximum points. We wish the senior National team, the Black Stars of Ghana the best of luck in their upcoming game against Gabon.
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