The Black Stars of Ghana will not camp in Kenya ahead of their World cup qualifies match against Sudan set for June.
This has been revealed to supersport.com by the Ghana FA spokesman Ibrahim Sannie Daara. Instead, they are expected to camp in Ethiopia.
“It’s unfortunate that we have to shift our camp and we wont be in Kenya as earlier planned. There has been a turn of events.”
“We will meet on Thursday to find out our next destination and plan accordingly. As far as now, we haven’t confirmed anything.”
On Tuesday, the friendly match that pitted the two sides was called off following a decision by Ghana who claimed that juggling their schedule would be time constraint.
The decision left FKF without a build up match prior their Nigeria match that will be staged on 7th June at Moi International centre, Kasarani.
Their opponents leave for Germany this week and will play Mexico as part of their preparations.
Harambee Stas have been holding training sessions for local-based players as the coach remain tight lipped on the list of foreign-based players.