The National Sports Authority has announced that individual non-contact sports in the country can resume training.
This was indicated in a statement signed by their acting head of Public Affairs, Charles Obeng Amofah.
Sporting disciplines to resume training include athletics, badminton, table tennis, golf, power lifting, among others.
They added that competitive sporting events and games still remain suspended till further notice.
Some measures introduced by the government in the fight against the novel coronavirus had an adverse effect on sporting activities in the country.
Plans by various sporting associations concerning participation in international tournaments had to be put on hold for at least two reasons; the cancellation of the competition or the local ban on social gatherings.
President Akufo-Addo, addressing Ghanaians on Sunday May 31, 2020, announced an extension of the ban on contact sports.
The Ghana Premier League, which has been suspended since March 15, is not expected to return until July 31.
Story by: Princeton Kwabena Wiredu | universnewsroom.com