Former Black Queens goalkeeper, Memunatu Suleman, has made a shocking revelation about her past. She disclosed that in 1999, her grandmother and the Head Coach at the time collaborated to terminate her twin pregnancy, all in an effort to secure her position in the Black Queens squad.
In an interview with Gideon Okyere Anim on Accra-based Original FM 91.9, Suleman shared her extraordinary experience when asked about her maternal status.
She explained that she became pregnant just as she was preparing for an important tournament.
Under the influence of her grandmother and the Head Coach, she was convinced to terminate her pregnancy, sacrificing her twin babies to ensure her place on Ghana’s team.
Overwhelmed with emotion, she expressed, “My grandmother and my Head Coach then took me to a man who removed the twin babies, and I was naive.”
Prior to her recent unfortunate circumstances, Memunatu Suleman had been serving as the goalkeeper’s trainer for the Black Maidens of Ghana.
She is undeniably one of Ghana’s finest female goalkeepers, having had a remarkable career with appearances in several FIFA Women’s World Cup tournaments in 1999, 2003, and 2007, as well as participating in the African Women’s Championship in 2003, 2005, and 2007.
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