Focus on Boxing, not soccer! Boxing produced 9 World Champions for Ghana — Isaac Dogboe on GTV Breakfast
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The 27-year old Ghanaian-British professional boxer — Isaac Dogboe — who held the WBO junior-featherweight title in for Ghana in 2018, has openly expressed his sentiments over the Black Stars’ recent abysmal performance.
Isaac Dogboe in an exclusive video snippet chanced on by BeenieWords.com was seen saying Government needs to channel its energies and sponsorship into Boxing. In his own words, “I’m not trying to rub this in anybody’s face but Boxing is the Sports (Ghanaians need) to follow right now. Guess what? Back in Acheampong’s time, Boxing saved the country. We can boast of 9 World Boxing Champions. Team Ghana, Team Isaac Dogboe says boxing is the way to go..”
Isaac Dogboe was on interview on GTV Breakfast with Valerie Danso, Kafui Dey and Thelma Tackie.
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Few days ago, outspoken Artiste Manager/Showbiz Pundit, Bullgod (Nana Asiamah Hanson), has also proposed to Government to stop investing in football and rather divert such funds to the music and hospitality sector.
Sharing a Facebook post over the Black Stars’ poor performance at the AFCON, he expressed distaste for the government’s investment in football.
Bullgod, wrote “It’s about time we stop wasting our taxes on sports especially football — and invest solely in our music and hospitality sector.”
He argued that “all the applause and accolades Ghana has out there in the world presently is owed to our entertainment and tourism industry. Hospitality and entertainment is a high earner and healthy contributor to the country’s GDP”.
Source: Beenie Words