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Sports Ministry denies Starlets ‘slave wage’ report

Starlets WAFU9The Ministry of Youth and Sports have denied reports circulating in the media that players and technical members of the Black Starlets team were paid peanut on their return after failing to qualify for the 2019 Africa Youth Championship. Ghana could not make it to next year’s competition in Tanzania after losing on penalties to perennial rivals Nigeria in the finals of the WAFU Zone B U-17 Championship in Niger. Reports were rampant on some credible online portals that the team were given “slaves wages” after returning to Ghana. The Ministry has rubbished the said claims making waves in the media. According to the » Read More

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