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The Kwasi Appiah Foundation has been inaugurated after a brief ceremony was held at the Accra City Hotel on Thursday afternoon.

The foundation which was established by the head coach of the Black Stars in May 2017 seeks to help in the development of retired sports personalities through financial assistance, health aid and skill development.

Speaking at the ceremony, Kwasi Appiah reiterated on the need to give back to the sports that has brought him far as he seeks to improve the plight of former footballers.

A whopping amount of GH¢1,006,644.73 remains unaccounted for at the National Sports Authority. Out of the amount, a finance officer is expected to refund an unreceipted expenditure of GH¢726,954.95.

Investigations have revealed that the pay officer whose name is yet to be made public has no receipt covering 54 payment vouchers.

Auditors are on the heels of management of the Sports Authority and the finance officer to provide receipts but to no avail.

In the absence of valid receipts to authenticate the payments, the Auditor General has recommended that the payment remains invalid “and the paying officer be surcharged with the amount involved.”

Central region has emerged the overall champions of the 30th Inter Regional SHS Sports Festival with 35 point.

The region came first in table tennis for both boys and girls, Badminton girls, cross country boys and handball for boys and girls.

In the accumulation of point, the lower the points accumulated the higher the team rose on the overall table.

Executive Committee member of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), Wilfred Osei Palmer, has slammed Former Sports Minister, Nii Lante Vanderpuye after lashing out at the FA after their failure to qualify Ghana for the 2018 Africa Nations Championship (CHAN) slated for Kenya.

According to the Honourable Member of Parliament, Ghana failure to qualify for the tournament is a true reflection of the poor state of football in the country spearheaded by the current FA who demonstrated “cow dung” management style over the management of our football.

Azumah Nelson Jr

Azumah Nelson Junior, son of the World Boxing Council's Greatest Super Featherweight of All Time, Azumah Nelson has admitted that he faces a Herculean task in trying to emulate the exploits of his father in professional boxing.

"My father was a very great boxer and if, I am able to accomplish half of what he did I would be grateful," Nelson Jr told the Graphic Sports shortly after recording a split decision victory over Prosper Dzivor on Saturday at the Bukom Boxing Arena.

"I mean he is the world's greatest super featherweight and that's very hard to compete with but I will try my best".

West African Football Academy beat the Porcupine Warriors by 2-0 in the outstanding fixture of the Ghana premier league to leap to the top of the Ghana Premier League table.

Goals from Prince Ampem and Daniel Lomotey sent shocks down the spine of Kumasi Asante Kotoko who returned to football from the tragic incident which led to the demise of a member of the technical team on the Nkwakaw stretch.

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