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Black Queens receive per diems from Sports Ministry ahead of Zambia encounter

The Ministry of Youth and Sports has settled the issue of remarkable per diems owed to the Black Queens in front of their 2024 Olympic Games qualifier against Zambia.

Due to unpaid bonuses from their last three qualifiers, the Ghana women's senior team had been the focus of attention. Due to the unpaid bonuses and per diems, earlier reports suggested that the team was considering skipping the third round of their Olympic qualifier against Zambia.

Be that as it may, quick activity was taken following public objection, with the Sports Ministry, drove by Mustapha Ussif, Ghana Football Association President Kurt Okraku, and Black Queens Management Committee Chairperson Gifty Oware-Mensah visiting the team in the evening.

Joy Sports has affirmed that the per diems, including the owed ones, have now been cleared, with the agitated rewards expected to be paid before long. The principal leg of the game is booked for Friday, February 23, with the return installation occurring five days after the fact.


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