Ghana Black Bombers Confident Of Qualification To Paris 2024

The Black Bombers of Ghana are in Bangkok, Thailand for the final qualifier for slots to make it to the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.

The team was led by Vice President of the Ghana Boxing Federation (GBF), Dauda Fuseni who expressed that they will surely make it.

“We have struggled a lot for this trip, and I am very optimistic the boys will make it, because they know what is at stake” he told Yours Truly Making the trip were 2022 Commonwealth Games Silver and African Games Gold Medalist, Joseph Commey (63.5kg), who replaced Samuel Takyi, African Games Bronze Medalist Theophilus Kpakpo Allotey, who will fight in the 51kg; and Jonathan Tetteh (light-heavyweight category), UK-based boxer Mark Kodjovi Ahondjo, who failed to compete in the first world qualification tournament in Busto Arsizio, Italy, African Games Gold Medallist Amadu Mohammed (featherweight) and UK-based Haruna Rex Coffie.

(US based middleweight 75Kg) Ornella Sathoud is the only female in the team.
The second World Olympic Qualification event in Bangkok, Thailand is from May 22-June 2, 2024.
President of the GBF, Ben Quartey was also hopeful that two or three boxers can qualify in Bangkok.
He thanked the Ghana Olympic Committee (GOC) for their immense support to the Black Bombers.
By Owusu Raymond Amoabeng (DAAKYEHENE)

RTU MEETS FORMER PRESIDENT MAHAMA Former President, Mr. John Dramani Mahama, today met Management of Real Tamale United in Accra. The meeting offered Management of the club, the opportunity to present to Mr Mahama, the state of the club, and efforts that are being made to restore the club's lost glory. The NDC Flagbearer was elated with the courtesy call on him and recounts his engagements with previous management teams on enhancing the fotunes of the club. He pledged his support to the current Management and the Acting Board Chairman, Pishigu Lana Alhassan Andani to facilitate the restructuring of RTU in order to make it more viable and vibrant in Ghanaian football.

He also donated a cash amount of One Hundred Thousand Cedis (Ghc 100,000.00) to the club. The CEO, Mr Zakaria Safianu, thanked Mr Mahama for the cash donation, which he said will support the club to honour its outstanding matches. He was accompanied by the Acting Board Secretary Arc Jawahri Baba Duah and Sporting Director, Mr Muaz Abdulai