The Chairman of the WAFU Media Committee, Mr Albert Commey has admitted that attendance at the Ongoing WAFU tournament has not been at its best.
The patronage has been under expectation with some of the matches been poorly attended. Ghana’s game with the Gambia witnessed number of patrons though the stadium was not filled to capacity.
The Aduana stars CEO in an interview with the media this morning accepted the blame attributing to the low publicity of the tournament.
However, he added plans have been put in place to get people to the stadium. “The games in Cape Coast have not been highly patronized, but we are working around the clock to get the people to the stadium”.
Mr Commey outlined that free transportation has been made for all students especially those within the University of Cape Coast and its environs to convey them to the stadium.
He added that the stadium would also be opened for free for some of the matches to allow people to witness it.
Cote D’ivoire faces the hawks Of Togo today; whereas Benin faces Cape Verde in the second match of the day.
Source: Ebenezer Duncan Eghan / ATL FM SPORTS