The Cape Coast based premier League side, Ebusua Dwarfs yesterday visited the palace of the Omanhene of Oguaa traditional council, Osaberima Kwesi Atta II for his blessings ahead of the commencement of the second round of the Ghana Premier League which commences on Friday, April 2, 2021.
Ebusua Dwarfs is set to open the round 2 of the league against their Regional rival (Elmina Sharks) on Sunday, April 4, 2021 at the Cape Coast Stadium.
Sharks is traveling to Cape Coast though it is their home game. Their venue (Ndoum Stadium) has been banned because the pitch is not up to the standard.
Due to the magnitude of the game, the club (Ebusua Dwarfs) visited the palace for blessings.
Below is the full post on the Facebook page of the club's Communication director Abaiku Okyere.
"We visited the paramount chief of the Oguaa Traditional council Osaberima kwesi Atta II. He prayed for the team ahead of the second round of the Ghana premier league .
And Jindo Morishita seized not to come out with the icing on the cake."
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