By Ameenu Shardow, follow on Twitter @alooameenu
Ghana’s CHAN team have completed their second training session in their ongoing camping in Namibia ahead of next year’s tournament in South Africa.
The 27-man squad arrived in Windhoek on Saturday morning after leaving Accra the night before.
The team led by head coach Maxwell Konadu held their first training session in the evening and then followed it up with another session on Sunday morning.
The team is scheduled to return to the training field in this evening to continue with their intense preparations for the tournament.
The home-based Black Stars will camp in Namibia for 13 days after which the final squad of 23 will be made before the team flies into South Africa.
Ghana is drawn in Group C of the CHAN tournament alongside Libya, Ethiopia and Congo.
The team will be based in Bloemfontein throughout their group campaign in South Africa.