Memunatu Sulemana, a former goalkeeper for the Black Queens who represented Ghana at the FIFA Women’s World Cup, has spoken out about her awful situation since retiring from football.
In a career spanning more than ten years, the 45-year-old played in over 30 matches for Ghana’s women’s national team.
She also competed for the Black Queens teams in the FIFA Women’s World Cup competitions in 1999, 2003, and 2007.
Sulemana claimed that despite having a distinguished career, she made relatively little money playing football, which contributed to her current predicament.
She acknowledged residing at a temporary residence in Kaneshie, Accra, in an interview with Original TV that was posted on YouTube.