GFA General Secretary Apologizes to Saddick Adams for Twitter Block

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Prosper Harrison Addo, General Secretary of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), has apologised to Saddick Adams after the GFA’s official Twitter account blocked him.

Saddick Adams, one of the organizers of the ‘Fix Ghana Football’ demonstration set for Wednesday, February 14, 2024, learned that his access to the Ghana Football Association’s Twitter account had been banned on Wednesday, February 7, 2024.

In a social media post, Saddick requested clarity from the GFA’s President and Communications Director on the block.

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In response to Saddick’s query, Prosper Harrison Addo apologized to the journalist and clarified that the block was done in error. He assured Saddick that the issue had been immediately resolved after being brought to the GFA’s attention.

“Dear @SaddickAdams, my brother. This was an error and was corrected immediately when it came to our attention. Apologies for this mishap, my brother. Talk to you immediately after meeting the press,” Prosper Harrison Addo stated on X.

Saddick Adams is one of several prominent journalists who are highly concerned about Ghanaian football’s continued downfall. They plan to hold a protest to demand answers from the Ghana Football Association (GFA), National Sports Authority, and Ministry of Youth and Sports.

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The Ghana Police Service has granted them permission to stage the protest on Valentine’s Day, February 14, 2024.

The group includes notable figures like as Countryman Songo, Odi Ahenkan Kwame Yeboah, Veronica Commey, and Dan Kwaku Yeboah, among others.

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