The story of how Anatu Sadat became the first female footballer to wear a hijab in Ghana

Northen Ladies player Anatu Sadat made history in Ghana women’s football a couple of weeks ago when she became the first player to wear a hijab in the league.

She wore the hijab in a league game against Ampem Darkoa Ladies and grabbed all the headlines.

After Sadat’s bold move to wear a hijab, the Ghana Football Association has released a statement allowing females to now wear hijabs during league games.

Speaking to Joy Sports’ George Addo Jnr, Sadat reveals how she decided to wear the hijab and how her life has changed afterwards.



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