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    John “Agogo” Anum is the New Ghana Man!

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    After winning four awards in the 7th Ghana bodybuilding championship at Accra Sports Stadium John “Agogo” Anum, alias “Agogo” is the new Man Ghana! Put together by Ghana Bodybuilding and Fitness Association (GBFA) it is the largest bodybuilding competition in Ghana!

    William Osei Kankam and Michael Antwi won the lightweight and middleweight competitions, Anum won the over all Man Ghana competition.

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    Re: John “Agogo” Anum is the New Ghana Man!

    Well congrats to him, and I am sure it was a lot of hard work and sacrifice. I always enjoy seeing people from around the world represented, and especially in the more remote place such as Africa or Asia (remote to me at least). It really speaks to the whole global aspect of the sport and its growth internationally, which is certainly good news for anyone interested in it. Very interesting stuff, and thanks for sharing.


     


 

 

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