However all these initial hurdles have been crossed and any such reports of organizational lapses as of now is a misrepresentation of the situation on the ground.
Admittedly, there were a few initial challenges which have since been resolved. Some of these challenges which were resolved as early as day two of the games have included the breakdown of the Kpong main line which in turn affected water supply to the Games Village. Immediately arrangements were made for tankers to supply water to the Games Village until water supply from Kpong was restored.
At the moment rooms and mattresses have been allocated to all participants .Participants are being issued feeding coupons to have three square meals daily, in all five capable matrons are catering for the participants.
On transportation, ten buses from all the regions and additional four from the National Sports Authority have been made available and infact are at the disposal of participants to convey them to and from their respective venues. Arrangements are also in place for police motorcade to escort participants through traffic to their respective venues on time.
There is no doubt that for a gathering of this magnitude, individual differences will emerge but like any Games Village, participants do not and cannot have their preferences unless in exceptional cases, otherwise any standard arrangements or logistics that needs to be in place are in place.
The authority will therefore appreciate it if the veracity of the complaints is first checked with the Public Affairs Outfit of the National Sports Authority before going on air to mislead the good people of Ghana.