The young black stars players had fought hard to defeat their enemies into the finals and are ready to win the cup again and bring back the confidence Ghana needed.
Many Ghanaians believe this time around Ghana will lift the cup and make us strong again as the players are highly motivated to win the cup for their nation.
John Dramani Mahama has been a leader in the country who uses to sends message to all Ghanaian national teams in finals stage and he has done it again.
Ghanaians are happy to see Ghana reach the finals again and are ready to celebrate the long awaited victory that the senior team black stars had denied them for so many years now.
Mahama said "ahead of our final game against Uganda tonight, I pray for victory for team #Ghana to lift the African U-20 trophy again. Let’s repeat Rwanda 2009" on his Facebook wall today.
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