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Countryman Songo calls for supporters ahead of GFA demo

With simply seven days up until the profoundly expected demonstration against the Ghana Football Association (GFA), Countryman Songo, the host of the 'Fire for Fire' afternoon sports show on Adom television and Asempa FM, is now drenched in energy.

Patrick Osei-Agyemang, the vivacious presenter, has taken to the primary roads of Accra to crusade and earn support for the looming protest effectively.

Countryman Songo was noticed gladly wielding a placard containing details about the protest, passionately encouraging Ghanaians to join the cause.

Communities, noticeably enchanted by his singular work to mobilize support for this critical public drive, communicated their euphoria by applauding him with reverberating yells of consolation.

Set for Wednesday, February 14, the showing expects to request responsibility from the GFA and the Ministry of Youth and Sports. Countryman Songo, the lead convener, will be joined by other powerful columnists like Saddick Adams, Nana Yaw Kesse, Veronica Commey, and some more.

Under the hashtag #SaveGhanaFootball, members of the dissent are supposed to unite at the Obra Spot at Nkrumah Circle at 9 am. The walk will twist through the roads of Accra, finishing up at the Autonomy Square.

The significance of the protest and the collective determination of Ghanaians to reshape the country's football narrative are emphasized by these influential figures' active participation.


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