Peace has finally won after the Ghana Athletics Association lifted the ban they placed on young Martha Bissah after she was asked to withdraw and apologise for some defamatory comments made about the GAA and its leadership.
The brawl which has lasted for seven (7) years has finally come to an end as Martha Bissah send an apology letter to the former GAA boss and the entire association.
After some days of deliberation, the leadership of the GAA has accepted her apology and further lifted the ban they placed on her in a lengthy letter.
Portions of the letter reads,
“The GAA accepts Martha Bissah’s unqualified apology; Professor Dodoo, who was present at the meeting, also indicated his acceptance of her apology in his individual capacity and how GAA might help Martha attain her life goals, in the same way that the association help its other athletes.
Martha Bissah’s suspension is lifted with immediate effect, and she is warmly welcomed back into the athletics family in Ghana.”
The last sentence of the letter read, “to all stakeholders who in diverse ways advised and guided the path to this day, the GAA is grateful.”
A copy of the complete letter is attached for our cherished readers.
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