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Aicha Amoako Denteh Advocates for Equal Spotlight on Women’s Football in Ghana

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Aicha Amoako Denteh calls for Recognition of Women’s Football as a Potential National Asset. In a compelling statement echoing the sentiments of many women in sports, Aicha Amoako Denteh, the Team and Welfare Manager for both Berry Ladies FC and Ghana’s Black Princesses, passionately advocated for the equal treatment and spotlight on women’s football in Ghana.

The Gold medalist as part of the technical team of Ghana’s u20 female national team emphasized the need for women’s football to receive the same level of attention and investment as its male counterpart, highlighting its potential as a great export for the country.

Speaking with SKB Journal, Denteh underlined the remarkable achievements of Ghana’s women’s football teams, particularly citing the recent gold medal victory of the Black Princesses at the 13th All African Games hosted in Ghana. The triumph of the Black Princesses, Ghana’s national under-20 women’s national team, displayed the immense talent and dedication present in women’s football in the country.

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Aicha passionately articulated that women’s football should no longer be overshadowed by the men’s game, but rather be recognized and celebrated as a significant contributor to Ghana’s sporting success and national pride.

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She stressed that investing in women’s football not only promotes gender equality in sports but also opens up avenues for economic growth and international recognition.

Highlighting the potential of women’s football as a national asset, the Founder of Aidenteh Foundation urged stakeholders in Ghanaian football, including the government, corporate sponsors, and sports associations, to prioritize the development and promotion of women’s football. She emphasized the need for increased funding, infrastructure, and media coverage to nurture and highlight the talent of female footballers across the country.

Aicha Denteh’s impassioned plea resonated with many present during the discussion with both the media team of SKB Journal and Berry Ladies FC, reigniting discussions on the importance of gender equality in sports and the untapped potential of women’s football in Ghana.

Her call for equal spotlight on women’s football serves as a rallying cry for change and progress in the Ghanaian sports landscape, with the hope of a future where female athletes receive the recognition and support they rightfully deserve.

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