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‘Sleepless nights’ over AFCON – 75-year-old woman on why she joined demo

A 75-year-old participant in the 'Save Ghana Football' demonstration cited to Ghana's disheartening 2-2 draw with Mozambique the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) as the

impetus for her choice to join the dissent.

The woman expressed her profound disappointment with the draw during an interview with GTV, which ultimately resulted in Ghana's exit from the AFCON. Having been a long-lasting supporter of Ghanaian football, she felt a sense of urgency to partake in the show, unfit to stay uninterested as the country's football confronted a disturbing downfall. "Football is my heart, soul and everything. I have been watching football for quite a while however our game against Namibia hurt me. I was watching the game when we scored two and permitted them to level. I was unable to rest that evening.

I chose to join the show today in light of that game." The 'Save Ghana Football' showing is in progress, with a few unmistakable Ghanaians joining sports fans to voice their discontent over the new decrease in the country's essential wearing discipline. Ignited by Ghana's frustrating execution at the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations, where the group left with only two places, the showing started at the well known Obra Spot in Accra and is going towards the Ghana Football Association base camp.

Remarkable figures partaking in the dissent incorporate gospel artists Nicholas Omane Acheampong and Extraordinary Ampong, alongside sports columnist Kinsman Songo. The dissent means to reveal insight into the common issues that have thwarted Ghanaian football's advancement and carried it to a basic state.


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