Inter Allies FC have taken a stance against smoking and fighting at their home grounds – Accra Sports Stadium – ahead of their clash with King Faisal Babes.
The two sides face off on Friday, January 31 in their Matchday 7 fixture of the 2019/20 Ghana Premier League.
In announcing the game on Twitter, Inter Allies indicated that the match will be free for children as Popular Stand goes for GH¢5.
While VVIP is GH¢30, VIP is GH¢10.
RATES for Friday’s game against King Faisal:
▪️Still free for children
▪️Kick off is 3:30pm
— Inter Allies FC (@InterAlliesFC) January 30, 2020
But on the poster is the campaign of ‘No Smoking/Fighting’, which comes in the wake of a fight between boxer Patrick Allotey and an Asante Kotoko fan at the venue last Sunday when Asante Kotoko clashed with Hearts of Oak.
Clips of the fight went viral.
[Video] Boxer Patrick Allotey has been captured on video beating a football fan at the Accra Sports Stadium during the super clash between Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko on Sunday. #3NewsGH pic.twitter.com/LHBsY7ar2X
— #TV3GH (@tv3_ghana) January 28, 2020
Although the boxer has since apologized, he faces sanctions by the Ghana Boxing Authority (GBA). He has also been declared wanted by the Ghana Police Service after the victim, Michael Siaw Agyemang, officially reported at the Ministries Police Station.