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Police Officer Grace Mintah and Asoka win Armwrestling Ghana’s ‘Battle for Independence’

Grace Mintah of the Ghana Police Service dramatically pulled 3 quick wins to beat the toughest and strongest female Yasmin Kadri Moro to win the women eavyweight contest on independence day, 6 March, 2002 at the studios of GTV Sports+ inside Ghana Broadcasting Corporation (GBC), Kanda, Accra.


Derrick Adu Kwakye aka Asoka GH defeat Rudulf Welbeck 2-0

Wisdom Abromekye (Ayigbe Mafia) 1 vs Edward Asamoah (The Royal) 3

Prince Affum Fadoma 2 vs Issa Kunyah 1

Grace Mintah 3 vs Yasmin Kadiri Moro 2

Richard Tanya 0 vs Godwin Sackey 2

Abdul Aziz Wahab 2 vs Samuel Adjetey Sowah (Slimtech) 0

Grace Karley Commey (Shaun Paul) 2 vs Jennifer Amuzu 0

Present were NSA Top officials and Federation Heads.

It truly was a Show Up or Shut Up event.

Credit: Ghana Armwrestling Federation

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