Prophet Kofi Oduro ‘Roars’ In Response To Reports That Women Have Entered Black Stars Camps.

Prophet Kofi Oduro, the founder of Alabaster International Ministry, has identified a key contributing factor to the Black Stars’ subpar results in recent years: a lack of discipline within the team’s camp.

Prophet Kofi Oduro asserted during a sermon at his church that one of the main problems with the Black Stars is that their players don’t follow camp regulations.

The vocal priest pointed out that one major instance of indiscipline involving the Black Stars was the players’ supposed girlfriends entering the Black Stars’ camp.

He related a tale of a subordinate pastor of his who had to cut off contact with him due to his training as a Ghana Immigration Service officer, drawing a comparison to the Black Stars camps’ hospitality to female players’ connections.

“One of the pastors here enlisted in the Ghana Immigration Service and enrolled at Trinity Theological College to become a chaplain.” He told me before he left for the College that they would not be able to communicate with the general public, therefore we would not be hearing from him.

It was seven months before we heard from him. They were in training, therefore they were cut off from any civilian life. Black Stars athletes are permitted to entertain women while in training, but not even immigration officers are permitted to interact with the public. “It’s not shocking that they’ve been losing games,” he remarked.

Prophet Kofi Oduro also commended Laryea Kingston, the former coach of the Black Starlets, for his bravery in choosing to leave the team.

According to Prophet Kofi Oduro, Laryea Kingston showed excellent leadership and deserves praise for his deeds.

One of the teams had a horrible performance recently, and the coach left. That young man has my respect. It is only appropriate for you to step down in order to make room for someone else when you take on an assignment and fail. It displays bravery,” he remarked.

As the Black Stars continue to get ready for their World Cup qualifying matches against Mali and the Central African Republic in 2026, he made these remarks.

Since Friday, May 31, 2024, the 26-man team that Coach Otto Addo named has been in camp getting ready for the two games.

For the match on Thursday, June 6, 2024, they are anticipated to take a plane to Mali today, June 4, 2024.

On June 10, 2024, they will host the Central African Republic at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium.

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