The message of peace through football continue today at the Accra sports stadium having started on Wednesday in Kumasi.
Galaxy of stars across the globe led by Stephen Appiah were mauled by Asante Kotoko at the Baba Yara sports stadium, but the result was not the message, the people it brought — symbolising oneness was the goal which was achieve.
People with different affiliation trooped to the Baba Yara sports stadium, and the purpose of this afternoon’s game will be same as the stars continue to preach peace to Ghanaians ahead the general elections in November later this year.
Sol Campbell, one of the stars who is in Ghana noted that Ghana is ‘known for peace’ and called on Ghanaians to keep the image they’ve sold to the world by avoiding ‘violence’.
Stephen Appiah, the legendary Black Stars skipper who ‘redefined the Black Stars’ — uniting the team to fight for a common goal, which saw the senior national team qualify for three successive world cups, his thirst for unity at every endeavour keeps at the highest echelon of peace ambassador — and he is man beyond football.
The Black Stars will line up at the Accra sports stadium to entertain football-loving fans alongside the World XI which will see William Gallas, Dwight Yorke, Edgar Davids, Emile Heskey and host of others displaying their class with the ball.The game will kick of at 4pm local time.