- Two Black athletes, Lisa Marie Kwayie and Yasmin Kwadwo, have granted an interview after competing in a women’s 4x100m relay race
- They came fifth in the competition and said they are proud to have competed against Ghana
- They, however, refused to give a firm response when asked if they would represent Ghana in the near future
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Two Black athletes who came in 5th in a competition, have opened up about an ongoing competition and the way forward.
The athletes, Lisa Marie Kwayie and Yasmin Kwadwo, participated in the women’s 4x100m relays for Germany.
According to them, they did their best and were proud to run against Ghana even though it is their country of birth.
They went on to say that it is always nice to see Ghanaian athletes and they feel proud and happy in such situations.
In the video, however, stated that they are yet to decide whether they would represent Ghana in the near future.
They explained that they are comfortable with the way things are now and the idea of switching to the country of their birth has never crossed their mind.
In other news, Voltic (GH) Limited (Voltic) introduced its new Twist Bottle to consumers at the Best Western Premier Hotel on 3rd October 2019 as part of its goal to drive the recycling message and invite consumers to be a part of our eco-friendly journey.
The new Twist Bottle which has 7% less plastic, gives consumers the ease of twisting the bottle after consumption as Voltic continuously develops sustainable ways to manufacture, distribute and sell its products.
Speaking at the launch, Francois Gazania, the managing director of the company, indicated that “when we grow our business the right way, not just the easy way, we help create the opportunity for our communities, our customers, our employees, and our shareholders.”
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