Former Ghanaian international, Abiba Memunatu Suleman, has faced significant hardships in recent years. Her life has taken a challenging turn following her retirement from football.

The name Memunatu Suleman is well-known to Ghanaians, regardless of whether they witnessed her football career during its peak or not.

The former Black Queens goalkeeper and captain has encountered severe difficulties, struggling to provide for herself and her family. She even sleeps in what can be described as makeshift accommodations.

Currently residing in Kaneshie, Accra, Memunatu has grappled with the task of sustaining herself and her family. She revealed that the money she earned during her time with the Black Queens was primarily used to support her diabetic grandmother and cover various household expenses.

Memunatu Suleman stands as arguably the finest female goalkeeper ever produced by Ghana. She predominantly played her club football with mawuena Ladies at town council line and dedicated several years to representing the Black Queens. Her remarkable journey included participation in significant tournaments.

She made her mark at the FIFA Women’s World Cup, notably featuring in the 1999, 2003, and 2007 editions. Additionally, she contributed to the African Women’s Championship (AWC), taking part in the 2003, 2005, and 2007 tournaments.

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