The second leg of the Play-Off comes off this Tuesday in Abuja at Mooshood Abiola Sports Stadium when Super Eagles will host Black Stars for the reverse fixture.
The results and happenings at Mooshood Abiola Sports Stadium which was constructed in 2006 have been revealed to a former student at University of Education Winneba, Kumasi campus who offered Bsc Information Technology Education.
Sandra who had a part to play in Kejetia vs markola as an audienian graduated in 2019 and has since follow football especially Black Stars of Ghana.
Sandra Anima Darko who loves playing tennis was among the numerous spectators at Baba Yara Sports to cheer on the stars to victory.
In the desire for her country Ghana to qualify at the expense of the Nigerians, she keeps praying and meditating for qualification for Ghana.
When she has ended a three day fasting last Monday afternoon, she had a vision of the happenings and results in Abuja and has granted in interview to atspo.com
In the interview she revealed that the Black Stars will score one goal and it was a header by Ghanaian player at their famous Mooshood Abiola Sports Stadium at silence the fans of the Super Eagles.
Sandra is into sport and likes to train all the time and visits the gym for daily workout at most times, very cheerful and hard-working.
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