In her bid to increase spectatorship for female football, popular Ghanaian actress and radio/TV presenter Naa Ashorkor is saying wives must allow their husbands to troop to the stadia during women’s football games.
In an interview on TV3, Naa Ashorkor said women are not doing enough to help in the patronage of women’s football by not allowing their spouses and boyfriends to support the sport.
Naa Ashorkor argued that men do their best in getting their wives and girlfriends to support the Black Stars but women are not doing same with their husbands.
“It’s very obvious how the men in Ghana support the Black Stars with so much passion,” she noted, “They go all out and get their girlfriends to support the Black Stars too and even get them to support some particular English teams too”.
“If women in Ghana support the Black Queens and go all out to watch their matches and tweet, put up their photos on Instagram, write about them on facebook etc, we will or they will feel the support and it will be a different kind of support”.
“If women can get their boyfriends as the men do to support the Black Queens and give them a little more attention than they get, then perhaps they will do better”.