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President Simeon-Okraku,Northern RFA visit Sakina Nasara in Tamale

11 months ago
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President Kurt Edwin Simeon-Okraku has visited Mohammed Sakina Nasara, the female referee who was assaulted in Tamale last week.

Sakina Nasara suffered physical injuries following the assault but has since been treated and discharged from the hospital.

”I know the Regional Football Association has been very supportive since the incident but I also made a stop over to offer you physical support”

“Together with the Ghana Police Service, we would ensure Justice for you”

“I would like to thank you for your dedication and contribution to football. There are a lot of people who get discouraged by these kinds of unfortunate events in our football but we are committed to fixing the wrongs” he added.

President Simeon-Okraku was in the company of Northern Regional Football Association Chairman, Alhaji Hassan Rhyzzo and John Ansah, a member of the Safety and Security Committee.

Others included Eugene Nobel, a member of the Division One League Board and Henry Asante Twum - Director of Communications.

The culprit, Iddrisu Napara, head coach of lower tier side Tiyumba Ladies FC is currently in custody after pleading guilty to the offense.

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