- Ghanaian actress, presenter, and producer, Ama K. Abebrese, has shared a lovely photo of her niece online
- Her niece, Kelsey Woname, was one of 30 people to be honoured by Women in Sports Ghana
- Woname was honoured for her role in raising funds for her fencing team as well as underprivileged fencers
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YEN.com.gh has learned that a young lady known as Kelsey Woname has been honoured for her sporting prowess.
Woname has been named among 30 sportswomen to receive honours by Women in Sports Ghana.
She was recognized for representing Ghana and helping to raise funds for her fencing team as well as for other underprivileged fencers in the world.
Her auntie, Ama K. Abrebrese, was full of joy as she shared a photo of Woname in which she was in her full fencing gear.
Social media users also took the opportunity to wish the young fencer well for her sterling efforts:
@maryhubertvco: Proud Ghanaian
@genious_gene: Keep soaring higher girl
@power.terry21: Wow Congrats to her. Sister @ama_k_abebrese is she single, please?
@chrystsbelled: Wow...Congrats Kelsey
In other news, Ghanaian business mogul, Kevin Okyere, has confirmed that a ship named Stena Forth will soon be heading to Africa.
The ship, he explained would play a crucial role in the first deepwater drilling project by an independent African energy company.
Details that have surfaced online show that it is one of the most sophisticated drillships in the world.
It is reportedly capable of operating up to 10,000 feet underwater and can drill to a depth of 35,000 feet.
Before it makes its way to Ghana, the ship would help with a project being undertaken by Tullow Oil Plc in Guyana.
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