According to our sources at the Ministry of Youth and Sports, all 23 players will receive an increased appearance fee of $80,000 each and their per diems which was US$ 100 during the 2017 competition will be increased to US$ 150.
Ghana’s participation in the 2019 Total African Cup has been estimated to cost around 8 million dollars.
The winning bonus has been increased from US$ 5,000 to US$10,00 during the tournament, while head coach Kwesi Appiah is expected to pocket a double of that amount.
The team is expected to pitch their traning camp in Dubai ahead of the African Cup in Egypt.
Ghana has been placed in Group F at the tournament alongside defending champions Cameroon, Benin and Guinea-Bissau.
The tournament will kick off in June when Ghana play West African brothers Benin in their opening game.