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Reports indicate that the supporters have been kicked out of their hotels and have been living on the streets of South Africa for the last two days

Some Ghanaian supporters and journalists who were airlifted to South Africa to support the Black Stars at the just ended Africa Cup of Nations have been left stranded in Johannesburg.

Officials who are expected to process their return to Ghana have neglected them leaving them frustrated in South Africa.

According to sports journalist Russel Wiafe, the CEO of Africa Origin Travel and Tour Sampson Deen who is expected to airlift the journalists and the supporters back to Ghana has failed to honor his part of the deal.

Reports indicate that the supporters have been kicked out of their hotels and have been living on the streets for the last two days.

Russel tells Goal.com Ghana that the situation could get worse if government fails to intervene.

“The supporters have been kicked out of their hotels and there is no food or water for them,” he reported.

Russel added: “They have been stranded for two days and if government is willing to support them, it has to be now.”

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