Source: GHANAsoccernet.com
Players and management of the Black Stars will visit the center of explosion of the fuel station which took away over 200 lives last Wednesday.

The team paid a minute silence ahead of kick off to the game against Togo in honor of lives that were lost during a gas detonation amidst a storm on Wednesday night.

The Stars have now been billed to visit the site of the tragic occurrence as part of paying their respect to the lost lives.

Ghana will take on Mauritius on Sunday which marks the opening of their 2017 AFCON qualifying series.

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