Vision FC picked a valuable point against after drawing goalless with the Accra-based side on matchday eleven of the ongoing Division One League.
The Eewo lads, searching for their first win in three matches in March, played aggressively in the first half and hooked in the midfield by Madugu Gariba, Prince Owusu’s side-mounted series of attacking moves to break the deadlock in the first half but were denied.
Joseph Mensah was played through by Emmanuel Paga from midfield but with just the goalkeeper to beat, the teenager’s first control failed him as the hosts’ shot-stopper reacted quickly and punched the ball out for a corner.
Later, Nanakwasi Arthur went close after connecting well to Aloma’s cross but his header went wide.
Goalkeeper William Essu was called to action to deny an effort from the Nania side who were also in search of the match opener with just a minute to end the first-half proceedings.
Vision, in the second half, initiated most of their attacks from the left flank and teenager John Osei tormented the hosts for the most of the second half with his surging runs up front until he was subbed in the 70th minute.
The midfielder came close a few times with the most glaring opportunity being the 68th-minute rebound which was blocked.
Vision were unlucky to make use of the few opportunities that came their way afterward as Nania held them to a 0-0 drawn game.
The Amrahia-based side drops to second place with 22 points after amassing just a point out of the possible nine and will now shift focus to their midweek tie against Tudu Mighty Jets at home.