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Madam Elizabeth King, chairman of the Womens' Commission of the Ghana

Duke Micah has vowed to do all within his power to become the latest Ghanaian to win a world boxing title and says his opponent in

The Summer Olympic Games or the Games of the Olympoiad, first held in 1896, is a major

The Sports Writers Association of Ghana have awarded Taekwondo duo Henrietta Armah(Female) and Benson Addo ( Male) Taekwondo Athlete of the year 2019 respectively.


Henrietta Armah, a level

The government has decided to cater for the Coronavirus testing of players and officials of clubs ahead of

President Akufo-Addo has declared that the football leagues in the country can resume on October 30, 2020.


This comes after six months break due to the Coronavirus outbreak which led to the cancellation of the 2019/20 league season.


In the president’s 17th address since the lockdown, the football fraternity will be allowed to train for the first time in months as the government steadily eases restrictions on contact sports in the nation.

According to President Akufo-Addo, the progressive easing of restrictions has led the government to allow the resumption of training in all contact sports, taking into consideration the imminent participation of “our national teams in international competitions. Indeed, some national teams have already been given the dispensation to begin training, ahead of their international engagements. All sports people, who are camped, are to be tested regularly.”


According to the president, since some of the national teams were allowed to train ahead of their respective competitions, it is then in the right direction to gradually ease the restrictions imposed on football clubs to begin with training for their respective leagues.


“With respect to football, after due consultations with the Ghana Football Association, it has been decided that the Ghana Premier League and the Division One Football League will restart on Friday, 30th October, with a full regime of testing of the players, technical and management staff”, he stated.


He added that there would be 25% of supporters who would be allowed into every stadium based on its capacity and no fans would be allowed to visit teams training grounds during training”.


“No spectators will be allowed at the training centres, and, when actual competition resumes, seating at all stadia will be limited to twenty-five percent (25%) capacity to ensure social distancing. Wearing of masks by spectators at stadia will be mandatory. The restart of all other sporting competitions will be determined on a case-by-case basis, pending consultations between the Ministry of Youth and Sports and the respective sport associations,” he added.

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Ghana international midfielder Afriyie Acquah has been appointed

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 With just 93days more to Christmas,

President Nana Addo Dankwah Akufo-Addo has lifted the ban on contact sports, paving the way for the resumption of competitive football activities in Ghana. The President said

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