Suleimanu Tetteh Appointed General Captain Of Team Ghana At Tokyo 2020.

Black Bombers skipper Suleimanu Tetteh was on Friday evening named the General Captain of the Ghana Team at the Tokyo 2020 by the Chef de Mission, Mr. Michael Aggrey.

Tetteh who is a Corporal with the Prisons Service of Ghana participated at the 2012 Olympiad in London as a light flyweight.

The astounding and ever – serious amateur boxer represented Ghana at the African Championships and won a Silver medal in 2015 in Casablanca, Morocco.

He won gold at the ECOWAS Games in 2012 in Accra, and looking forward to enter the medal zone at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games coming up in a couple of days.

According to the Chef de Mission, Tetteh will lead Team Ghana at the opening ceremony on July 23, and assisted by Nadia Eke as the organisers of the Tokyo 2020 have instructed that two people, a male and female will bear the flags of participating nations.

He was full of smiles when the announcement was made and expressed that the new appointment has raised his confidence.

By Sammy Heywood Okine / Inawashiro

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