According to Footballghana.com, there will be Electronic Tickets [e-Tickets] sold for the Ghana v Nigeria first leg encounter in the qualifiers for the 2022 FIFA World Cup tournament.
The Black Stars will host Nigeria in the first leg of the playoff games at the Cape Coast Stadium on March 25.
According to the National Sports Authority [NSA], the eTicketing service will be launched by Ghana’s Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia before the crucial clash.
As part of plans to ensure the e-Ticketing service goes through smoothly, the NSA has already started the training of its personnel.
“The Vice President H.E. Dr Mahamudu Bawumia-assisted eTicketing training workshop to onboard National Sports Authority on http://GHANA.GOV digitization project is currently underway in the Accra Sports Stadium.
“The service will be launched by the Vice President during the forthcoming match between Ghana and Nigeria in Cape Coast. Mgt. and staff of NSA are participating in their numbers to ensure smooth implementation of the policy across the country in all our state-owned sporting facilities,” a release on the Twitter page of the NSA has said.
Ghana will be hosted in Abuja on March 29 in the return game.
Source: Modern Ghana