Ghana's performance at the just-ended 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, was very poor. Out of five disciplines the country participated in, we won one medal. This happens to be our first medal in 22 years, the last time we won a medal was in Barcelona 1992. In the just-ended Olympics games, Samuel Takyi in the boxing route, who earned Ghana a bronze medal.
Ghana participated in so many games which included; judo, swimming, athletes for boxing, athletics, and weightlifting but it was only Takyi’s boxing feat that secured the country a place on the podium.
As a result of this, Manasseh Azure in a tweet believes witchcraft is the only sport, that will earn Ghana a gold medal in Paris 2024 Olympics. . According to him, 'Pull him down' and witchcraft will be the only sport that can get Ghana a medal
he wrote, “If the IOC introduces “abro” and “bayie” in the next Olympics, Ghana will win Gold medals”
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