5TH AFRICAN UNION MINISTERS CONFERENCE ENDS IN ABIDJAN

The 5th Session of the African Union Conference of Ministers of Sport (CAMS5) was held at Hotel Ivoire in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire from 25-26 July 2013 with the theme “Harnessing the power of sport to contribute to the broader government development agenda”.   The Republic of Ghana was represented by the Deputy Minister of Youth…

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MINISTER CONGRATULATES BLACK SATELLITES

The Minister for Youth and Sports, Hon. Elvis Afriyie-Ankrah on behalf of Government and the good people of Ghana sends a congratulatory message to the National U20 team, the Black Satellites after their sterling performance against Portugal in their 1/16 match on Wednesday 3rd July, 2013 at the ongoing FIFA U20 World Cup Tournament in…

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PRIVATE SECTOR PARTICIPATION IN SPORTS NEEDED – HON. YAMMIN

The Deputy Minister for Youth and Sports,Hon. Joseph Yammin has stated that private sector participation in the organization and promotion of sporting events and the provision of sporting facilities is crucial for sports development in the country. To this end,he added,the Ministry, was working conscientiously to ensure that the necessary tax regimes are incorporated in…

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MINISTER FOR YOUTH AND SPORTS WISHES BLACK STARS WELL

The Minister for Youth and Sports, Hon. Elvis Afriyie-Ankrah on behalf of Government and the people of Ghana, has sent a goodwill message to the Senior National Football team, the Black Stars of Ghana ahead of their qualifying match for the 2014 World Cup Tournament against Sudan on Friday 7th June, 2013.

HON. YAMMIN WANTS PLAYERS TRAINED ON GOAL SCORING

The Deputy Minister of Youth and Sports, Hon Joseph Yammin has urged Coaches and Trainers of colt’s football to concentrate on training of our young talents on goal scoring. The Deputy Minister said this in an address delivered at the National Kick-off of the 2013 edition of the Airtel Rising Stars project at Sunyani over…

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