The chairman of the Local Organizing Committee (LOC) of the ECOWAS Games Dr Edward Omane Boamah has described the ongoing sub-region Games as successful.
So far, the competition, which hits the end of the road tomorrow, has not experienced any hitch.
At a media briefing on the Games yesterday, the LOC chief revealed: â€śI am happy to announce that we have not received any complaints or protest from any of the participating countries since the Games began, and this is a credit to Ghana and ECOWAS.
â€śOn the performance of the athletes, reports show that they are doing well in all the disciplines except traditional wrestling.
â€śTo this end the Ministry and the National Sports Authority will team up to develop traditional wrestling as a teething sport in Ghana,â€ť he added.
He commended the various sub-committees highly for working extra hard in their respective designations.
He pointed out that 1,220 people have successfully been accredited, out of which 194 are service providers who are making decent and legitimate earnings from the Games.
The curtain on the Games will be lowered tomorrow with an expected grand closing ceremony at the El-Wak Stadium at 12noon.
Meanwhile, Nigeria will battle Burkina Faso for the ultimate in traditional wrestling, while Senegal will take on Benin for third place.
Niger will face Senegal in the 80kg final with Burkina Faso facing Nigeria in the third place event.
The 75kg event will see Senegal sorting things out with Burkina Faso, while Togo will clash with Cote dâ€™Ivoire for third place.
Senegal and Nigeria will battle for supremacy in the 70kg final, while Niger and Burkina Faso fight for the bronze medal.
Niger will clash with Senegal in category 65 final, with Nigeria taking on Benin for the third place. Â
Â By Kofi Owusu Aduonum