Azumah used boxing to market, unify Ghana - Prof. Botchway

Azumah Book2 A professor of history at the University of Cape Coast, De-Valera Nym Botchway, has described boxing legend, Azumah Nelson, as a true champion who placed the nation on the international sporting map during his illustrious career. Prof. Botchway lauded the former three-time world champion for his splendid performance in the ring and for becoming the most successful African boxer of all-time and the only boxer from the continent to be inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame, an exclusive class of the sport’s finest practitioners. Speaking at the » Read More

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