A Nigerian comedian, Ikenna Azuike, has mocked the Ghana Football Association (GFA) over its handling of the Black Stars during the 2014 World Cup in Brazil where players refused to train until they are paid their appearance fees.
Ghana's government stepped in and sent more than $3m (£1.8m) in cash by plane to Brazil to pay the players.
In his videoblog What's Up Africa, the comedia poses the question "just how unreliable does the GFA have to be for a team to be willing to risk (inter)national embarrassment?"
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