Following the Coronavirus pendemic, former Ashanti Gold goalkeeper Kwame Bonsu has revealed he has no intentions returning to Ghana from Nigeria soon after a strong warning from his mother.
“My mum called me on Thursday not return to Ghana so I have no intentions of coming. They have advised me to stay in Nigeria and quarantine to avoid coming in contact with the COVID-19 virus.” The former Ghana U 17 goalkeeper revealed during a radio interview.
Ghana in the late hours on Sunday closed all land, sea and air borders to human traffic for the next two weeks, as part of new measures to combat COVID-19 (coronavirus) as positive cases climbs to 27 with two confirmed dead.
Bonsu has been consistent for Rangers in the domestic campaign and in Africa as well for the past two seasons.