The Ghana Premier League before the Covid-19 was struggling to get supporters to cheer the players up but now that 'bring back the lover' has been activated, there seems to be a little more enthusiasm than before. The government gave Covid-19 protocols that the stadiums cannot have a full capacity of supporters when matches are ongoing because the Covid-19 is still with us.
Looking at the picture below, the directive by the government has been fully obeyed as supporters in the stands are few but what some Ghanaians do not understand is what this 'couple' are doing in the stands of the stadium. Upon all the seats in the stadium, the lady preferred to sit on the lap of the guy.
The guy's left hand is all around the lady's waist as they seem to enjoy that more than Ghana Premier League match they were watching. I don't know what happened but the lady seems to be sleeping on the guy as laughter was all over the guy's face. Some Ghanaians said that it was as a result of 'romance.
Check out some hilarious comments from some Ghanaians:
A Facebook user known as Derrick Akangwe said that "He will go home later only to ask what happened in the match and he can't even remember an incident. "
Prince Effah Amponsah said that "This is the meaning of bringing back the love".
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