Abeiku Jackson has been swimming competitively since he was 4 years old. At 21 years old he has already represented Ghana at two Olympic Games.

Speaking to an independent journalist, Abeiku Jackson revealed that his journey began at the Soul Clinic International School and highlighted the importance of friendship.

“I think swimming should be a life insurance policy”, Abeiku said during the chat. He also discussed having to prepare for his first Olympic games and his international general certification exam, simultaneously.

Abeiku Jackson is the first Ghanaian Swimmer to fly the flag at the Olympics and an African youth record holder.

Source: Modern Ghana

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