The elite division side has opted to keep its team in camp despite a ban on all football activities due to Covid-19
All football activities, including the Ghana Premier League, have been temporarily suspended in the West African nation who have confirmed six cases of the deadly disease.
This followed a national ban on all public gatherings including sporting events effective Sunday in the fight against Covid-19.
“This outbreak comes with a lot of advantages and disadvantages because it has brought down activities,” coach Ernest Thompson Quartey told Otec FM.
“But we will still continue with our training sessions because we have a lot to achieve.
“With or without Covid-19, we will still work harder for a proper position on the league log when it resumes.
“We will put in measures which will prevent our players from [contracting] that disease.”
Most clubs around the world have excused players from camp or training. Dwarfs are not faring well in the Premier League as they are currently caught up in a relegation battle after Matchweek 15.
The top-flight is hoped to resume in a month from now.