Former Host of JOY FM’S Super Morning Show, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah over the weekend launched a youth football league in the Akyemansa District in the eastern region.Mr Oppong Nkrumah was supported by renowned former blackstars players Charles Taylor and Eric Bekoe as well as football coaches and scouts at a thrilling launch event at Akyem Ofoase.The Akyemansa Oppong-Nkrumah league is a tournament designed to provide a platform for young footballers to showcase their talents and hone their skills for a potentially flourishing football career in future.Speaking at the launch, Mr Nkrumah called on the youth to be disciplined and united in all their activities forging a common bond to push for the development of the Akyemansa District.Footballers Charles Taylor and Eric Bekoe who were guests of honour challenged the teams to observe the rules and work hard to attain success.Chairman of the League Board, Paul Asamoah Gyimah, outlined a 9-week pre-tournament qualifying series within which 18 teams will be selected from the 9 zones in the district. The 18 teams will then go on to play a 34-week league culminating in the crowning of a champion at the Maiden Akyemanasa Youth Festival in 2016. The sponsorship package announced by Mr Nkrumah includes football jerseys and cash sponsorships for league teams.League winners will also be presented with a huge trophy and a cash prize.
Gobert captioned the screenshot of the random person’s post with the message, “Couldn’t have said it better myself!” He later deleted the tweet.Rudy Gobert really shooting 0% these last few months lmao pic.twitter.com/zMFYzrTunv— sreekar (@sreekyshooter) June 21, 2020MORE: The problem with wearable tech in sports Gobert, of course, infamously made jokes about COVID-19 before contracting the illness and prompting the suspension of the NBA season. He touched every reporter’s recording device in a news conference at a time he might have already had the coronavirus. He also reportedly didn’t take the illness seriously in the Utah locker room, leading to a breakdown of his relationship with teammate Donovan Mitchell.Mistakenly sharing a post from a woman who has “Nope, not THAT Serena Williams” written in her Facebook bio is the latest blunder in his rough year.Gobert’s social media gaffe made him the brunt of jokes on Twitter:Rudy when he realizes: pic.twitter.com/FR0RpW8dLa— Matt Wigren (@MattyDubs7) June 21, 2020Rudy when he realises pic.twitter.com/sqvgunsSzQ— Shaqules Aronoah (@ShaqAroNoah) June 21, 2020Rudy Gobert has been going downhill since this moment pic.twitter.com/vZnZi9XjYE— Rob (40-24) Rockets (@Hou5ton4L) June 21, 2020Lol I cannot believe Rudy Gobert found ANOTHER way to piss Donovan offIt was a good run guys— Mark Russell Pereira (@Mark_R_Pereira) June 21, 2020rudy gobert continues to take L’s lmao— Eric “Wang” Huang (@ERIC_HUANG_EN) June 21, 2020Rudy Gobert a clown dog lmao— Kelvin Henry Jr. (@KelvinHenryJr) June 21, 2020Rudy Gobert, continually: pic.twitter.com/fSve7W394Z— Dave: DNP – CD (social distancing) (@daveusesthis) June 21, 2020pic.twitter.com/Q6e6m8HLLw— Isaac K. Lee (@IsaacKLee) June 21, 2020 Rudy Gobert’s abysmal 2020 continued Saturday night when he shared a Facebook post from a random white woman named Serena Williams thinking it was the 23-time Grand Slam winning tennis star.The post, shared to Twitter, asked people to mind their own business when it comes to politics and compared those who reject opposing viewpoints to those who are genuinely racists and bigots. It in many ways opposed the messages recently shared by teammates and the Jazz organization asking people to speak out actively against attacks toward to black community even when it means clashing with critics. It was also something the Serena Williams of tennis fame probably wouldn’t write.
Tuesday, March 6, 20124:00 – 7:00 p.m.Labor & Industries Building7273 Linderson WayTumwater, WashingtonRefreshments will be served and the Fair is free and open to the public. Interpreter services and other special accommodations available by advanced request. For more information, contact Anne Butigan at 360-867-2520. Facebook2Tweet0Pin0OLYMPIA — Local, private, county and state organizations will come together for the Annual High School Transition Resource Fair for parents and young adults with special needs.The Resource Fair will provide parents and young adults with information regarding a wide range of services available in our community. While the event is aimed at providing information to parents and teens and young adults with developmental disabilities who will be graduating from high school within the next few years, any family with a child with special needs is welcome to attend.Representatives from approximately 25 organizations will be at the Fair to present information about available resources and there will be two breakout sessions, “Family Preparation for Adult Services: An Overview & Timeline,” and “A School-to-Work Success Story.”The Resource Fair will be held: