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They have done well so far. They registered players last season for them to be insured but they need to be cushioned by the Ghana Football Association (GFA), and other corporate bodies since it is a huge financial burden on the PFAG. Also, in my case, Mr. Baffoe personally called and assured me of the association paying any debt incurred at the hospital resulting from my recent injury.

Abel Manomey (1st left) celebrates a goal with Gt. Olympics teammates. File image credit - @images_image

Following his revealing series of articles on some of the difficulties that ‘local based’ soccer players endure in the Ghana Premier League in the course of their professional careers, we reached out to the lively forward for his perspective and experience in the League.

An Interview with Farida Nabourema - Part 2

Farida Bemba Nabourema is a Togolese author and activist. Farida is also the co-founder of the Faure Must Go movement and is the Executive Director of the Togolese Civil League. In this three part interview, which was conducted via email, Farida discusses the struggle against the fifty year dictatorship in Togo, her work as an activist and writer, and unity among African people.

An Interview with Farida Nabourema - Part 1

Sourced from huffingtonpost.com - Farida Bemba Nabourema is a Togolese author and activist. Farida is also the co-founder of the Faure Must Go movement and is the Executive Director of the Togolese Civil League. In this three part interview, which was conducted via email, Farida discusses the struggle against the fifty year dictatorship in Togo, her work as an activist and writer, and unity among African people.

Meet Farida Nabourema, Togo - Photo courtesy of Farida Nabourema.

“The only compensation any activist should expect is posterity. Fight for others because others fought for you.”

Social activist and blogger. Farida has been a fearless advocate for democracy and human rights in Togo since she was a teenager. Through over 300 articles written on her blog and other sites, Farida denounces corruption, dictatorship and neocolonialism. In 2014, Farida published a book in French titled” La Pression de l’oppression” (The Pressure of Oppression) in which she discussed the different forms of oppressions that people face in Africa, and highlighted the need for youth and women to be politically engaged.

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