Election 2016 Peace Ambassador and former captain of Black Stars Stephen Appiah has called on football fans to patronize the 2016 Vodafone Unity Games, slated for June this year.
The games, which form part of Appiahs plans to promote Peace and Unity before, during and after the 2016 General election would be played on June 8 in Kumasi and on June 11 in Accra.
The first match of the Vodafone Unity Games will see the former inspirational skipper lead a team of former and current international football stars against Ghana Premier League Giants Asante Kotoko at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium before squaring off against the Black Stars in Accra three days later.
Speaking at a press Soiree organized by Primeval Medi, the Organizers of the Vodafone Unity Games, the former Ghanaian International appealed to football fans to not to be left out of the historic event.
Some colleagues and friends from Africa and the other continents will join me to use football which is obviously the passion for this nation to clamor for peace, he said.
I wish to invite you all to the two games that will be played in June at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium against Kotoko and Accra Sports Stadium against the Black Stars, Appiah added.
The election 2016 Peace Ambassador also thanked the headline sponsor of the games for partnering in promoting peace.
Football icons such as William Gallas, Dwight Yorke, Patrick Kluyvert, Jay Jay Okocha, Nwako Kanu, Sol Campbell, George Boateng, Jermain Defoe, Simao and Emile Heskey will all play in the 2016 Vodafone Unity Games.
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