Power Forward Kwame Boamah Djan has bemoaned the postponement of this year’s edition of Ghana’s National Sports Festival.
The multi sport competition which was due to take place at Cape-Coast’s Robert Mensah Stadium on August 12 has been moved to a yet to be named date.
The postponement according to Committee Chairman Professor Pufaa is to allow Ghana’s athletes prepare well for next year’s All Africa Games.
Djan, who was named in Greater Accra’s Regional team, has sounded off on the latest development on the annual competition.
Speaking exclusively to Basketballghana.com, the veteran Forward who plays for Accra League Men’s Division I side Tema Youth stated his disappointment and added:
“The last Unity Games which we went for was in 2011 and there were no beds, bad food and water to even drink and bath”.
The Sports Festival popularly known as Unity Games bounced back following an extensive break following the 2011 edition in 2017.
The 2017 edition was held in the West African nation’s Ashanti Region capital, Kumasi.
By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
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