United Kingdom-based Bola Omoyele and Frank Agyeman have taken Ghanaian athletes through 2 days Jiu-Jitsu training program which has been described as very successful.
Maxwell Borquaye, the president of Ghana Jiu-Jitsu Federation said the nation boasts of multiple talents and people who love Martial Arts should be encouraged and supported like football.
He commended the experienced trainers who took their local colleagues through some rudiments of the sport.
Evans Bernie Johnson, Public Relations Officer (PRO) of the Federation appealed to the Ghana sports media to promote martial arts and the lesser-known sports as Ghana prepares to host the 13th Africa games in 2023.
The training took place at Fitrip Gym at Dzorwulu in Accra.