The next round of matches of the Africa Cup of Nations 2023 qualifiers draws ever closer, Ghana is preparing to take on Angola on 23 March in Kumasi at the Baba Yara Stadium.
This development has led to a sudden boom in the hotel and football paraphernalia business in and around the city of Kumasi.
It is expected that there is will be a high influx of visitors, both locals and foreigners to Kumasi. Due to this, hotels in the city are already receiving bookings.
As more and more football fans and tourists are expected, the phenomenon is expected to continue for while.
With a seating capacity of 40,528, the Baba Yara Stadium is expected to be filled to the capacity for the first leg of two crucial potential table-topping matches.
This match will be the new head coach’s first game in charge since the announcement of his appointment on 12 February.
Since he announced his 25-man squad for the doubleheader against Angola there has not been much discontent among pundits and fans.