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Ghana’s Deputy Sports Minister says there are plans to provide residence for Coaches

Deputy Sports minster Pius Enam Hadzide has disclosed that his outfit will provide the coaches of the national team, the Black Stars with residence.

Coaches for the Black Stars job have been without official residence hence resort to Hotels where they pay huge bills for accommodation with the latest being a feud between video analyst Gerald Nus and Alisa Hotel.

The minister explains doing so would help mitigate cost for the state.

”There are few changes we are making. Before, you know these expatriate coaches normally would stay in hotels and the payment of these hotels. We are talking big monies. Now, it is the view of the honorable minister and the ministry that we should get an official residence for our head coach,” he told Accra based Uniiq FM.

”We do have some properties as a state which is being held in trust by the ministry of work and housing. We have applied to the ministry of work and housing to give us an official coach’s residence. We shall refurbish it so that Kwesi Appiah can move in there,” he added.

Coach Kwesi Appiah was unveiled on Tuesday and will be supported by Maxwell Konadu and Ibrahim Tanko.

 

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