Mr Herbert Mensah, President of Ghana Rugby, announced the Ghana Rugby Men’s Sevens squad that will go to Tunisia to compete in the 2018 Rugby Africa Men’s Sevens Tournament in Tunisia on 13 and 14 October 2018.
The President of Ghana Rugby, Herbert Mensah has remembered Komla Dumor – a close friend of his – on what would have been his 46th birthday with this clip that was recorded in Accra after Komla’s tragic passing in 2014.
Komla Afeke Dumor (3 October 1972 – 18 January 2014) was a Ghanaian journalist who worked for BBC World News and was the main presenter of its programme Focus on Africa. Dumor died on 18 January 2014 in his London home after a cardiac arrest, having been on air the day before.
Mr Herbert Mensah, President of the Ghana Rugby Football Union (GRFU) briefed the Ghana Rugby Family on the upcoming Rugby Africa Bronze Cup scheduled for May 2018 and said that it was, in fact, more a Ghana flag flying event than just a Rugby event.
Dumor died on 18 January 2014 in his London home after a cardiac arrest, having been on the air the day before. Herbert Mensah and Komla were extremely close friends, and Herbert remembered that tragic day as though it was yesterday.
The Ghana Rugby community congratulated the President and Board Chairman, Mr Herbert Mensah, on his birthday through its social media in a year that can only be described as a remarkable year for Ghana Rugby.
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Former chairman of Kumasi Asante Kotoko football club Mr Herbert Mensah has presented a Kotoko Jersey to a die-hard Asante Kotoko fan who was severely injured during the Atomic junction gas explosion in Accra and is currently on admission at the 37 Military Hospital.