HON.NII LANTEY VANDERPUYE PLEDGES SUPPORT FOR GHANA BOXING

The Minister of Youth and Sports Hon. Nii Lantey Vanderpuye, has assured boxers that their vocation would soon be among the mainstay of the country’s sporting disciplines when the ultra-modern state- of- the- art Trust Sports Emporium is completed. The project which includes an International Boxing arena, a gymnasium, standard swimming pools and host of…

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RICHARD COMMEY CALLS ON SPORTS MINISTER AHEAD OF TITLE BOUT

Ghana’s undefeated Lightweight boxer, Richard Commey has assured Ghanaians of his readiness to win the vacant IBF Lightweight title when he takes on another undefeated“tough” American Robert Easter on September 9, in Pennsylvania, USA. The World Champion hopeful gave the assurance when his team, led by his trainer Carl Lawrence Lokko, called on the Minister…

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YOUTH AND SPORTS MINISTER CONGRATULATES ISAAC DOGBOE

The Minister of Youth and Sports Nii Lantey Vanderpuye on behalf of President John Dramani Mahama and the Government of Ghana has congratulated Isaac Dogboe the “Royal Storm” for unanimously winning the WBC World Youth Championship title in Accra. The Minister said the undefeated Isaac Dogboe’s victory over the tough fighting Filipino champion, Neil John…

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RIO 2016: TEAM GHANA WILL BE PAID– MOYS

The Public Relations Officer of the Ministry of Youth and Sports (MOYS), Otor Plahar, has disclosed that the Ministry is working hard to pay athletes representing the country at the Rio Olympics. There have been reports that the country’s athletes at the games have not been paid their per diem. But team captain John Ampomah…

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MINISTRY OF YOUTH AND SPORTS GRATEFUL TO GROUPE NDUOM

The Ministry of Youth and Sports has expressed gratitude to the Nduom Groupe of Companies for donating $32,000 to the Ghana Olympic Committee (GOC) ahead of the 2016 Rio Olympic Games in Brazil next month. An amount of $22,000 of the donation is to cater for the accommodation of the athletes and the remaining $10,000…

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GHANA WILL NOT BE AT RIO TO HOLIDAY.

Sports Minister Nii Lantey Vanderpuye has assured Ghanaians that the county’s athletes billed for the Rio Olympic Games will make a huge impression at the multi-sports events. According to Vanderpuye, the track and field representatives numbering eight out of the total of 16 athletes will make a huge impact on the game in August. The…

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WE DON’T NEED EXPATRIATES TO HANDLE BLACK STARS.

Sports Minister Nii Lantey Vanderpuye has stirred the hornet’s nest, provoking debate over the country’s obsessive taste for foreign coaches over local ones. The Minister is emphatic that the level of play at the senior side and quality of players points to the fact that any supported local coach can chalk laurels with the Black…

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