Police in Qatar have detained and charged some Ghanaian football fans for selling World Cup match tickets, according to Mustapha Ussif, Minister of Youth and Sports.
He has asked supporters not to sell the match tickets they have worked so hard to obtain for them.
He stated: “The police and security agencies are always present at the stadiums, keeping an eye on things. We worked hard to get you tickets, and we don’t want any of you to sell them.”
“So far, the authorities have arrested some people and are bringing them to court, as well as sending evidence to the Ambassador. We don’t want anyone to fall into this trap “said Mustapha
Since the start of their World Cup campaign, the Black Stars have had the support of their fans in Qatar.
Ghana plays Uruguay in the final group game on Friday, December 2, with a place in the next round of the 2022 Qatar World Cup at stake.
If the Black Stars win, they will advance to the knockout stages. There is also a chance that Ghana will advance to the next round with a draw against Uruguay if South Korea fails to beat Portugal.