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CABIC Promotions Stage First Outreach Boxing At Osu Duncans Pub

Mar 8, 2018 | Sammy Heywood Okine
CABIC Promotions Stage First Outreach Boxing At Osu Duncans Pub

Cabic Promotions, the latest boxing promotions and management syndicate has staged their first outreach programme at Osu RE, near Duncans Pub.

Indeed the event attracted night revellers and many fans, including the Ghana Boxing Supporters Union (GBSU) who cheered and hoped that the programme would be organized frequently to educate and entertain the people of Osu about the popular sport that has won many champions and medals for Ghana.

The show saw some kids aged between 8 years and 15 years boxing, as well as young girls and boys, before new middleweight sensation Emmanuel Quaye and experienced stylish Patrick Allotey climbed the ring.

Mohammed Amin Lamptey, former PRO of the Ghana Boxing Authority (GBA) who is Media Manager of Cabic Promotions said more of the show which involved juveniles and amateur boxers would be held at popular joints and spots in the capital and other regions.

He hinted that the programme is being run to create awareness and publicise their newly signed boxers, Emmanuel Quaye and Patrick Allotey.

According to Hon. Amin Lamptey, Cabic is organizing their premier show at the Bukom Boxing Arena on April 7, 2018, and they are coming up with something new and attractive.

He encouraged the media and boxing fans not to miss the date.

Cabic Boxing Promotions & Management is made up of astute businessmen and sports enthusiasts like Ivan Bruce Codjo who is the chairman and Ellis Quaye, director.

Other officeholders are Johnny Gordon (Operations Director), Mohammed Amin Lamptey (Media Manager), Nii Darko Rikkets (Technical Director), Mike Patterson (Match Maker) and Robert Ofoli Annan (Coordinator).

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