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GFA unblocks Ace Journalist Saddick Adams after backlash

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Renowned sports journalist Saddick Adams has been unblocked from the Ghana Football Association’s (GFA) Twitter handle following public outcry over his initial blocking.

Earlier today, the outspoken sports broadcaster found himself blocked from accessing the GFA’s official account. However, in response to widespread criticism, the country’s football governing body swiftly reversed its decision and unblocked Adams.

Acknowledging the error, General Secretary Prosper Harrison Addo promptly took steps to rectify the situation upon becoming aware of it. In a message to Saddick Adams, Addo expressed regret for the mistake and extended a formal apology, promising further communication following the Meet The Press event.

Meanwhile, Saddick Adams, Patrick Osei-Agyemang (Countryman Songo), Victoria Commey, Nana Yaw Kesse, and other journalists are set to lead a massive demonstration on February 14 to advocate for reforms in football administration in Ghana.

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