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Ghanaian sports journalist Cudjoe Amankwaa dies in South Africa

South African-based Ghanaian sports journalist, Cudjoe AmankwaaSouth African-based Ghanaian sports journalist, Cudjoe Amankwaa is reported dead. The sad incident occurred Friday, July 23, 2021. The cause of his death is not immediately known but's Lorenz Köhler reported that he was rushed to the hospital “after his wife could not wake him up.” According to the report, Cudjoe Amankwaa “was declared dead upon arrival.” He worked with the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) and SuperSport as a sports analyst. He was described by many as the ‘big fish’ among his peers following his experienced analysis about football in African. The late Amankwaa was married with two children and he lived in Ferndale, » Read More

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