Only Ghana Television popularly called GTV was the only television channel in Ghana that showed the game between the Black Stars of Ghana and Zimbabwe. TV3 as one of the most viewed television station in Ghana couldn't telecast or show the game live on TV for their viewers. But found the need to get the views of Ghanaians on social media on who caught their eyes in the game to be man of the match.
One aggrieved viewer couldn't hold his anger after TV3 failed to telecast the game for their viewers but found it needful to ask questions about the game on social media. It is sad that Ghanaians do not get to watch games of Ghana Black Stars that easily if when playing in Ghana considering the numerous TV stations in Ghana.
After TV3 asked on their Facebook page; "Who was your man of the match?", an aggrieved viewer replied savagely saying; "You couldn't telecast the match and you asking the man of the match. It is Bella Mundi !"
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