Joseph Awinongya Jnr, Ghana’s most promising boxer, will pay a visit to Ghana after winning numerous titles in America
Joseph Awinongya Jnr, a 13-year-old boxer and the son of Joseph Awinongya, a retired professional boxer, has become Ghana’s youngest boxer.
At the age of 13, Awinongya Jnr has won 13 national titles.
The International Boxing Federation has awarded him a congratulations belt for his dedication and determination in sports in the United States of America (USA).
The child, who is from Bongo (Namoo) in the Upper East Region, was a five-time national champion and won gold in the Junior Olympic National Championship in 2019.
“Thank you all for your support from Ghana,” the boxer wrote on his Facebook page, which was spotted by sarknation.com. On Sunday, February 6th, around 2:45 p.m., I will be in Ghana.”
Jojo, as he is affectionately known, will meet a number of high-profile Ghanaians, including the National Chief Imam, Chief of Ashaiman, Minister of Sports, Asamoah Gyan, and others, as indicated on the flyer below:
Ayuune Sule, a Bolgatanga singer and a Kologo legend, will perform when he arrives.
Please call Mustapha at 0241447699 to schedule an appointment with Jojo.