The Black Stars touched down in Yaounde, Cameroon on Friday night and had to undergo the mandatory COVID-19 medical check up
Ghana national team arrived in Cameroon on Friday night ahead of 2021 Africa Cup of Nations which kicks off on Sunday.
The Black Stars arrived with 27-man squad with the exception of Ajax Amsterdam youngster Kudus Mohammed who is still nursing an injury and need last minute clearance to possibly take part of the games in group stage since he will miss the game against Morocco on Monday.
The players were made to undergo the mandatory COVID-19 medical check up at the airport before they left to their hotel.
According to Ghana FA president Kurt Okraku, the Black Stars will put up a good show and make Ghanaians proud.
A group of journalists and supporters left Ghana on early Sunday morning to Cameroon to cover and support the Black Stars respectively.