Aidoo's error shows why GFA must convince premier league star to answer Black Star call-up urgently.
The Walias of Ethiopia had nothing to lose as they mathematically had no chance of qualifying out of Group G for the World Cup qualifier play-offs, but came into the game with aim of handing Black Stars an upset in their pursuit to book their tickets to Qatar 2022, and they succeeded.
The Phobians are yet to hit the ground running in the maiden season of the Ghana premier league, and the 1-1 draw against Aduana over the weekend means, the reigning Ghana premier league champions are still without a win. Samuel Boadu's men were the first to open the scoring against Aduana with Kofi Kordzi scoring the goal, but when it seemed the Phobians were going to increase their lead, the solid defence of the Dormaa based club kept rebauffing their attacking threats until the 79 minutes, when Aduana Stars talisman, Bright Adjei cancelled Hearts of Oak's lead with a penalty.
The Blackstars put smiles on the face of Ghanaians yesterday after they achieved one of the much-coveted wish of Ghanaians, thus to qualify for the Worldcup play-offs. The Black Stars inconsistency saw them nearly relinquishing qualification to South Africa, following a poor start in their qualifiers campaign, however a bold decision by the GFA to relieve the former head coach of the team, Charles Kobina Akunnor of his duties, and replacing him with Serbian coach, Milovan Rejevac proved to be the magic to help get Ghana back to winning ways.
Nahiru Mohammad was driving from his residence at the Kentinkrono Kingdom Hall near the Richam Goil Filling Station when his sister asked him to make a transit to her house near Ayeduase, with some goods before going to his shop. Nahiru sensed a car following him at Ayeduase when he delivered the item to his sister and was heading towards town for his business.