Pro Fighting Factory President Commends Ghanaian Sportsmen And Women

Pro Fighting Factory President Commends Ghanaian Sportsmen And Women

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Lawrence Nyanyo Nmai, president of the Pro Fighting Factory (PFF) has commended Ghanaian sportsmen and women who are abiding by the lockdown imposed by the H.E. Nana Akuffo Addo, president of Ghana and staying at home.

Nmai, a two times Sports Writers Association of Ghana (SWAG) Award winner who has won world titles in kickboxing said the coronavirus pandemic is real as many people have lost their lives in Europe and America.

He asked Africans, especially Ghanaians to take precaution and go by the directives and protocols of the health authorities.

According to him, many sports and entertainment events have been cancelled or postponed to save lives and hopes the fight against the coronavirus would be won.

He said the world would never be the same after the fight and people should know how to live healthy and be obedient.

He stressed that this is the time to repent of our sins and take the Lord, Jesus Christ as the personal savior.

He tasked members of the Pro Fighting Factory to live as ambassadors and propagate the gospel of Jesus Christ as well as encourage people in Ghana to do more sporting activities.

He commended the government and media in Ghana for the hard work during this hard period.

He also advised athletes who are preparing for the Tokyo Olympic Games not to lose hope, but keep on training and pray for the organisers.

Pro Fighting Factory (PFF) is an organization of boxers, kickboxers and karatekas.

They have represented Ghana in many international and local tournaments.

By Sammy Heywood Okine