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Egypt-based footballer Jennifer Kankam Yeboah has appealed to the President of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), Kurt Okraku, to do a lot more for the women’s game.

The Zed FC player said she was happy when she read reports about Kurt Okraku sharing boots to some women footballers as part of the promoti on of the game.

“While in Egypt I saw that he gave them boots,” she said in an exclusive interview on Onua TV‘s Agoro Fie on Friday, July 5.

“I was so happy. Some do not have parents and buying boots is not easy, now that they are expensive. So when a lady says she wants to play football but has no parents to help, who will buy boots for the person?

“So, I was happy. God bless [Kurt Okraku] and make him big so that next season, there will be a lot to come from the women’s game.”

The former Faith Ladies striker was speaking on the difference between the Ghanaian league and the Egyptian league, in which she plays.

She admitted that facilities in the North African country are “higher” and there are more teams playing in the top division than in the Ghana Women’s Premier League.

Watch her below: