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Judo chief backs Nartey

Judo Nartey Emmanuel Tetteh, president of the Ghana Judo Association (GJA), has backed Judoka Emmanuel Nartey, saying the athlete did nothing wrong to deserve an expulsion from the camp of Ghana at the Commonwealth Games.
The Ghana Olympic Committee( GOC) expelled Nartey - a British Army Officer who competed for Ghana, at the Games from the camp, for acts of indiscipline early this week.
However, a letter signed by Tetteh and sent to the judo team manager in the British Army, said: “I want to state that Nartey, did not do anything wrong to warrant what is being » Read More

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