Mali’s Growing Gold Economy- Desirable Mining Destination for Investors

BAMAKO, Mali, Sept. 25, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — With the recent steps initiated by the Malian government to modernise and improve transparency in issuing mining licenses makes Mali, an ideal mining destination. Mali’s new Mining Code includes several innovations and adjustments. The 7th International Mali Mining and Petroleum Conference & Exhibition (JMP) organised by the […] … Read More >Mali’s Growing Gold Economy- Desirable Mining Destination for Investors

Ghana deserved 2017 WAFU triumph

Accra, The 2017 Fox Sports West Africa Football Union (WAFU) Cup of Nations was a successful tournament that will leave many Ghanaians with a lot of happy memories.

Ghana won her second title of the competition since its inception in 2010. The Black Stars B dominated in the final of the 2017 edition at the Cape Coast stadium with a 4-1 drubbing of rivals Nigeria.

Not only has Ghana been applauded for a splendid organisation but also for presenting a team that showed class throughout the tournament.

The statistics provided below vindicates Maxwell Konadu and his charges for their dominance as they came emerged as the best team of the tournament;

Total Matches played � 23, Total Number of Goal scored � 41, Best Attack -Ghana (10 goals scored)

Best Defence – Ghana (3 goals conceded), Top scorers, Stephen Sarfo (Ghana) – 4 goals. Kwame Kizito (Ghana)- 2 goals, Vincent Atingah (Ghana) – 2 goals and Moussa Kone (Mali) – 2 goals.

The Tournament awards: Winners � Ghana, Top Scorer —Stephen Sarfo (Ghana) – 4 goals, Best Player—-Isaac Twum (Ghana) and Best Goalkeeper, Ikechukwu Ezenwa (Nigeria).

Source: Ghana News Agency

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