This situation led to the Ghana Football Association releasing a statement convicting the club and the supporters for not observing the FA's COVID-19 protocols for league games in Ghana.
The Board Chairman for Medeama has also presented a statement convicting the club and the fans for breach of the covid-19 protocols.
He convicts the incident at the Akoon Park on Thursday, February 4, when the COVID-19 protocols, especially social distance were disobeyed as prescribed by the government and the Ghana Football Association.
He again said that the Club may have been extremely excited by the presence of mighty Accra Hearts of Oak and the desire of the supporters from the local communities wanting to see their clubs played in Tarkwa.
He concluded by saying this is no reason for the protocols to be breached. This is the reason why coronavirus is on the rise and everyone should adhere to the covid-19 protocols.
He personally apologise to the Ghana Football Association and the public for disobeying the covid-19 protocols. He said, Medeama is a club who obey the law of the society and we have shown this in the past. This will not happen again,” he concluded.
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