“As compared to the other groups like [that of] Morocco and Cote d’Ivoire, our group is not bad.
“But every country that has qualified is good and cannot be underrated.
“As I always say, football has developed now, so you can’t take any team for granted. You always have to prepare well to ensure good results.
“We have to take it one game at a time. But I believe Ghana will do well if everybody plays his role very well.”
Ghana will open their campaign against Benin on June 25, four days before facing Cameroon, whom they lost to in the semi-final of the last championship.
The Black Stars’ last game will be against Guinea-Bissau on July 2.
Appiah’s outfit, who have been to the semi-final of the last six tournaments, are seeking to win the trophy for the first time since 1982.