The Queens who drew with favourites Nigeria beat Mali in the competition.
Coach Basigi and his goalie share the blame for the goal by Cameroun who were able to hold the Queens PlayerMaker.
Nigeria will play South Africa in the other semifinal. The loser will face Ghana as the winner meet Cameroun in the grand finale.
It had been another interesting African Women’s Cup Tournament which the women being separated from the girls.
Cameroun and Ghana did very well, however luck was not on the side of the Queens and their preparations towards the Championship was not the best.
Despite the fact that the players have been together since they were Under 17, they have matured and passed through the age group competitions and now representing at the highest level.
Former Black Stars dependable defender and Black Queens coach Kuuku Dadzie observed that the 2016 squad were very formidable, but lacked luck.
The noted that they were overwhelmed by the Cameroun players and fans.
Rosalind Amoh, a member of the Ghana Women’s Football Board said no government official or dignitary visited their camp to motivate or encourage them, but if they were to be men, even the Sports Minister will be camping with them.
While in Cameroun, the Black Queens joined CAF, UNAIDS, UNCEF to campaign to eliminate mother to child HIV/AIDS transfer and early childhood marriage.
Ghana is yet to win a major trophy in African Women’s Football.