Mahama supports former Black Queens goalkeeper Memunatu Sulemana

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Former President John Mahama has offered a huge relief to former Black Queens star goalkeeper Memunatu Sulemana. This follows recent media reports detailing the sad life of the former national star following her retirement from football.

Fortunately, the veteran Black Queens goalkeeper has received a huge offer of support from the former head of state of the country. A report by the Daily Post newspaper revealed that the former President has offered her a self-contained house. Aside from the house which will take the multiple World Cup veteran out of her present makeshift accommodation, the report said the former President also added some amount of money for her to start a business.

Memunatu, who starred in the national team alongside Adjoa Bayor, Alberta Sackey, and Mercy Tagoe Quarcoo has been living in poverty following her retirement. Reports in the media recently showed that she lived in a wooden structure partly covered with an old advertising board in a suburb of Kaneshie, Acca.

In her prime, Memunatu played for Police Ladies in Ghana as well as Pelican Stars in Nigeria. She represented the Black Queens at three World Cups; twice in the United States in 1999 and 2003 and once in China in 2007.

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