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PIUS HADZIDE AND BAAH AGYEMANG RETURN TO WORK AFTER CLEARANCE BY STATE SECURITY

The President of Ghana has reinstated some government officials who were alleged to have misconducted themselves in the Australian Commonwealth Games controversy. Ghana's Deputy Minister of Youth and Sports, Pius Enam Hadzide and the Board Chairman of the National Sports Authority, Kwadwo Baah Agyeman, have officially been reinstated. His Excellency, Nana Addo Dankwah

PRESIDENT AKUFFO-ADDO SUSPENDS DEPUTY MINISTER FOR  YOUTH AND SPORTS; ACTING DIRECTOR GENERAL OF THE  NATIONAL SPORTS AUTHORITY

Ghana's Deputy Minister of Youth and Sports, Mr. Pius Enam-Hadzide and Hon. Robert Sarfo Mensah have been suspended by the President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo. The suspension comes as a result of the on going controversies surrounding Ghana's participation at the 2018 Commonwealth games in Gold Coast, Australia. It must be recalled that the Ghanaian

PRESS RELEASE *SWAG DEMANDS FULL-SCALE, INDEPENDENT PROBE INTO COMMONWEALTH GAMES VISA SCANDAL*

The Sports Writers Association of Ghana (SWAG) has expressed deep concern about the visa scandal which has brought shame and embarrassment to the nation after it emerged that Australian immigration authorities detained and deported a number of Ghanaian posing as journalists to cover the ongoing Commonwealth Games in Gold coast. In

GOC SUSPENDS TWO OFFICIALS OF THE NATIONAL SPORTS AUTHORITY FOR LEADING ROLE IN COMMON WEALTH GAMES SAGA

Two staff of the National Sports Authority (NSA) have been suspended by the Ghana Olympic Committee (GOC) from holding themselves as officials of Ghana’s contingent at the ongoing Commonwealth Games after they were implicated in a visa scandal that has caused embarrassment to Ghanaian officials in Australia. The duo, Christine Ashley

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