World Cup Qualifiers: Ghanaians react as Black Stars to face Nigeria

Ghana Black Stars
Ghana Black Stars

Following the recent poor performance of the Black Stars at the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON), Ghanaians have shared their views on the outcome of the World Cup Qualifiers draw, as the Black Stars of Ghana is expected to face the Super Eagles of Nigerian.

Most Ghanaians have lost hope in the national team and have expressed how they believe the Super Eagles will thrash the Black Stars, to prevent them from qualifying.

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Others, following the sacking of the Coach of the Black Stars, believe a better coach could probably do the magic by leading the team to qualify for the Qatar 2022 World Cup.

The draw, however, came as a surprise after a recent beef between the Ghanaian Dancehall King (Shatta Wale) and the Grammy Award Winner Burna Boy.

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Shatta Wale, on December 25th, 2021 blamed Nigerians for not showing love to Ghanaians musicians as the later does for Nigerian artists. Shatta Wale believes if Nigerians could show love towards Ghanaian artists as theirs do in Ghana, the Ghanaian Entertainment Industry would have developed more than it is now.

The Black Stars qualified for the play off after they won 1:0 against South Africa and the Super Eagles of Nigeria qualified after they topped their group with a 1:1 draw against Cape Verde.

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Egypt would be facing Senegal, Cameroon against Algeria, Dr Congo against Morocco and Mali against Tunisia.



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