A popular investigative journalist for The Guardian, CNN, BBC, and The New York Times, Romain Molina, has made very wild allegations against the Ghana Football Association and the Cameroonian Football Federation.
Romain Molina, born May 3, 1991, in Oz-en-Oisans, Isère, is a freelance French investigative journalist who, through his work on certain excesses and scandals concealed inside the world of football, has revealed the Ghanaian and Cameroonian teams that competed in the World Cup in Qatar.
Romain Molina, who has previously implicated some federation or FIFA authorities, has made severe claims against Ghana’s Kurt Okraku and Cameroon’s Samuel Eto’o.
Ghana and Cameroon were among the five African countries that qualified for the World Cup in Qatar; the two countries joined by Tunisia were the three African countries that failed to qualify out of the group, leaving Senegal and Morocco to qualify.
The French sports journalist, author, essayist, and lecturer based in Andalusia, Romain Molina, revealed on his YouTube Channel in a sports show titled “Agents, micmac and transfer window: everything is good for the World Cup!” that some players at the camps of Ghana and Cameroon paid bribes before they featured in World Cup games in Qatar.
The allegations have gone viral on various social media platforms, especially a tweet by EuroFoot, which stressed that some Ghanaian players even paid cash to be selected for the final squad to Qatar.
A tweet by @eurofootcom was captioned, “There are some Ghana players that even paid to be selected for the World Cup. It is said that there is lots of politics within their national team, reports @RomainMolina.”
Should the president of the Ghana Football Association, Kurt Okraku, respond to the French investigative journalist, Romain Molina, as they did to Ghana’s Ata Poku of Sompa FM and TV, according to the analytical team of editors at www.atspo.com?
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