Rebecca Akosua Acheampongmaa Acheampong, popularly known as Becca made an appearance at the 30th sitting of the Justice Dzamefe commission.
Becca, who was amongst the ambassadors selected to represent Ghana at the Brazil 2014 World Cup was invited as one from the showbiz industry to share her experience.
It would be recalled at previous sitting of the commission issues relating to fees giving to ambassadors, accommodation and other matters that culminated to the early exit of the Black Stars has been a national issue which led to the set up of the commission by the President.
Becca appeared at the commission with her lawyer, William Antwi, parents and television host and wife of Ghanaian artist Okyeame Quophi, Stacey, answered questions on how she was appointed as an ambassador, contract terms with her regards to her performance in Brazil and her regrets in serving her nation.
Becca who looked very respectful, poised and beautiful as always told the commission she had no regrets serving as an ambassador at the just ended world cup.
She further stated the immense benefits serving her country brought her as well lessons learnt.
Becca, sharing some of these lessons, admonished society to respect and weigh women appointed to serve the nation based on their abilities rather than see women appointed in positions especially from show business as cheap people who do everything except the right to make gains.
On programs and activities in Brazil as an ambassador, it became obviously clear that Becca and the ambassadors never met the players of the National Team as rumored.
A last question from Commissioner Kofi Anokye Owusu, with regards to rumors that she met some footballers was blocked by Justice Dzamefe since it didn?t fall within the domain of the commission.
Other ambassadors who were present at today?s sitting included Ali Jahra and Augustine Arhinful.
The commission saw the final appearance of GFA boss, Kwesi Nyantakyi, and other officials; Moses Armah Parker, Tony Baffoe, Augustine Arhinful and Mr. Adu Asare.
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