African Origin Secures Travel Mandate For Ghana Friendly Against Japan

Posted On Friday, 2nd August 2013

African Origin to transport officials and fans for Ghana friendly against Japan

African Origin to transport officials and fans for Ghana friendly against Japan

African Origin Travel and Sports Tourism have been handed the mandate by the Ghana FA to transport officials and supporters for the upcoming friendly between Ghana and Japan on September 10.

The leading Ghanaian travel agency are thus the official travel and tour company mandated to offer special travel services for next month’s international friendly match.

The company will be assisting officials of the Ghana FA, the Ministry of Sports and supporters who wish to witness the game in securing travelling visas, airline tickets, accommodation and internal transportation in a unique package for the match.

African Origin have distinguished themselves as a leading travel and tour agency in Ghana.

They were recently responsible for transporting and providing first class accommodation for almost 2000 fans at the 2013 Nations Cup in South Africa.

They are again expected to provide unique travel packages for both officials and supporters in the upcoming friendly match.

The Black Stars are billed to play the Blue Samurai a few days after playing Zambia in a deciding 2014 World Cup qualifier in Kumasi.

The game to be played at a yet to be announced venue will serve as further preparations for the Ghana side ahead of an anticipated World Cup playoff game the following month.

The Black Stars currently lead Group D by just a point and only needs to avoid defeat against Zambia next month to progress to the final stage of the 2014 World Cup qualifiers.

Ghana is chasing a third successive World Cup qualification and have thus scheduled the friendly match against the already qualified Japan to keep the team in shape ahead of the an expected playoff clash against another crack African side in November.

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