AFCON 2023: Ghana Supporters unveil website, social media handles

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The Ghana Supporters Union(GSU) have launched their website and social media handles ahead of the upcoming African Cup of Nations in Ivory Coast.

The event took place on Friday, January 05, 2024 at the Accra Metropolitan Assembly hall.

According to the General secretary of the GSU, Kassim Awal Osman, the development of the website is intended to among other things to enhance communication with its stakeholders and to make the Union easily accessible.

“Ghana Supporters also decided to go global. After seven years of coming under one umbrella, we realized that it’s good we open our arms for both local and international so we launched our website to showcase and exhibit the good job Ghana Supporters are doing,” he said.

“Gone are the days when people struggle to join our group because they have no means of contacting us, finding us was very difficult but now if you want to be part of Ghana supporters, just go to the website, sit at your comfort zone and register to become a member.”

He also expressed hope that they’ll be in Cote d’ Ivoire in their numbers to cheer the Black Stars with the support of the Ministry of Youth and Sports.

“We’ve already been informed that we are going by road. We’re just not sure how many buses we are going to use at the moment. Mustapha Ussif has been very supportive to us. He’s been there for us anywhere we go so this time around, I believe he can get us about ten buses to go to Abijan. With our red, gold and green beautiful colors, we can invade Abijan,” he concluded.

You can follow their Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and TikTok handles with the name “Ghana Supporters”.

The new website is also accessible via this link

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