The following walkers are to report at the Visco Walking Academy on Sunday 20th June 2004, at exactly 10am to enable the club to convey them to Kumasi for the National Sports Festival. Vincent Asumang of the Ghana National Fire Service, Ahmed Tijani Sanni of the Ghana Army(Navy),Stanley Brimah, Kofi Ali, Benjamin Annan, Francis Adarkwa,Ekow Rambo,and Robert Anyim Cape Coast. Charles Ntiamoah, Richard Arthur, Adjei Boateng, Eugene Snyper, Bright SeiduJeandy Kwofie all of Accra, Atta Bright, Prince Frimpong and Michael Boateng Kumasi Eric Kwabena Nuamah of Eestern region
Women, Jacqueline Bludo and Sarah Nyarkoh who recently returned from Kenya on an IAAF training camp.The under 12 division will see Rudolf Ato Yankah of Cape Coast Flowers Gay School. Luckshine Goodluck Egbejule of Nigeria.In an interview with the Ace walker Vincent Asumang he indicated that so far the government. (Hon.Kwadwo Baah Wiredu)is doing all he can to bring walking to a desired level. He also thanked the Ghana Athletics Association and the National Sports Council for their support over the years.Meanwhile Energizer,The Net,Voltic and Elephant Ointment have given incentive packages to the walkers to help them succeed.
In a related development it has been brought to the notice of the Club that Ahmed Tijani Sanni has had a cut on his knee.This saw him being rushed to the 37Military Hospital for stitching.Atta Bright of Kumasi was also knocked down by a hit and run Taxi cab with registration number,AS 827 P whiles training.The club wish to take this opportunity to inform the general public who have an information on the said car to contact the nearest police station or call 0208167623.