Black Stars plant trees in Cape Coast ahead of Ivory Coast clash
As part of the Green Ghana Project initiative aimed at planting over 5 million trees in the bid to protect the country’s forest cover and the environment at large, the Black Stars planted trees in Cape Coast on Friday, June 11, 2021, the Ghana FA has announced.
As our contribution to the Green Ghana day, the Black Stars in collaboration with the University of Cape Coast and Forestry Commission are on a tree planting exercise 🌿🌱#BlackStars #BringBackTheLove pic.twitter.com/lw45PZ8BHc
— Ghana Football Association (@ghanafaofficial) June 11, 2021
The team collaborated with the University of Cape Coast and the Forestry Commission to plant trees to honour the country’s maiden Green Ghana Day.
The senior national soccer team have been camping in Cape Coast since last week for their two international friendly matches.
Ghana will host Ivory Coast on Saturday at the Cape Coast stadium at exactly 17:00 GMT which is 5pm local time.