Qatar 2022: Black Stars Players Run For Their Lives After Fire Scare In Hotel

Qatar 2022: Black Stars Players Run For Their Lives After Fire Scare In Hotel

The Ghana Football Association (GFA) has issued a statement following a minor incident that occurred within the Black Stars resort on Sunday.

It is said that your entire group was made to evacuate the resort in Doha after an emergency alarm went off.

However, the place was marked safe and the group was allowed to re-occupy the resort after 45 minutes of verify by the Qatar Fire Service crew.

“Just after 1430 Qatar time, on Sunday, November twentieth, the emergency alarm at the Ghana group resort in Doha went off, prompting all occupants to self-evacuate.

“The Qatar Fire Service crew arrived shortly after to attend to the emergency alarm,” the statement read.

The group will open their World Cup campaign with Portugal on Thursday, November 22 at 4:00pm.

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