The Black Princesses are expected to leave for Kenya on Thursday for the second leg of their 2018 Fifa U-20 Women’s World Cup penultimate round qualifying tie scheduled for Sunday.
Ghana handed the Kenyans a 5-0 defeat in the first leg at the Cape Coast Stadium.
Ahead of the match, each player has been paid $1000 due them after completing the previous round where they defeated Algeria 10-0 over two legs.
Black Princesses Coach Yusif Basigi tells Starr Sports this and other gestures from the Sports Ministry have highly motivated his players to secure progression in the qualifiers.
“Since we cane, arrears owed us against Algeria has been paid and it’s a great morale booster.
“This time around too, per diems are paid at home. Previously it was only always matches that you receive per diems but not now they even pay us when we play at home. And I think it’s helping a lot.
“The players are really prepared to make Ghana proud,” he said.
Ghana already know their next opponents should they clear the Kenyan hurdle in Nairobi on Sunday.
“Kenya is not even our target, but our focus is rather on Cameroon and how we can eliminate them. We are thinking ahead of time and this shows how serious we are in making to the world cup,” Basigi added.