Ghana Football Association (GFA), Asamoah Gyan and Anthony Baffoe all paid tribute to Maradona who died on Wednesday of a heart attack.
The demise of Maradona put the world of football in a sad mood since the official announcement by the Argentine media.
Diego was aged 60 and left a legacy behind him. After several football legends sent their heartfelt condolences to his family, Ghanaians also joined their voices to say a last goodbye to the 1986 World Champion.
“Rest in peace. Thank you so much for what you have done in soccer world,” wrote Legon Cities striker Asamoah Gyan.
Secretary General of Confederation of African Football (CAF) and former Black Stars defender Anthony Baffoe also bid farewell to “the hands of god”.
“Thank your all the magic moments Diego Armando Maradona -genius-magician-hero -true eternal legend..rest well Diego..May your soul rest in perfect peace.” the 55-year-old wrote.
“Rest in peace Diego Maradona. A legend and big part of our game’s history.” Ghana FA added.