- Mariam Kadri Moro, a 16-year-old arm wrestler, has caused a stir on social media with a post
- According to her, she is ready to unseat a policewoman, Alberta, Ampomah Boatemaa, to become Ghana's arm wrestling queen
- Her post has however raised questions on social media
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A 16-year-old Ghanaian arm wrestler, Mariam Kadri Moro, has vowed to unseat a policewoman, Alberta, Ampomah Boatemaa, as Ghana’s best female arm wrestler.
According to her, she has been bullied for long by the policewoman and it is time to claim the crown.
Moro, also known as Yasmin, added that she is a queen-in-waiting and as such, it is time to either go hard or go home.
She released lovely photos on social media and some Ghanaians were quick to raise questions about her age:
@Coach_Eric1: "I must have forgotten how old I really am"
@MikeDisse: "This girl no be 16 bia.. Eeei Ghanaian athletes"
@miznaa10: "She is 16 yrs…..I knw her very well, she like a cousin n former jhs student in my school"
@RealKlasic: "16yrs hmmm no comment"
@mr_anokye11: "Who’s in the picture? The 16yrs Mariam or the police woman?"
In other news, the head pastor of the Life Assembly Worship Center, Dr Christian Kwabena Adu, has slammed the NPP government’s Free Senior High School (SHS) programme.
According to Dr. Adu, who is also the flagbearer of the Ghana Union Movement (GUM), the programme is a useless one.
He explained that the government has destroyed Ghana’s educational system and the modules where students run on shifts have not been helpful in any way
In an interview with Accra FM, Dr. Adu, also known as Osofo Kyiriabosom, went on to say that students are not given enough tutorials.
This, per a report by classfmonline.com, is due to the changes in the academic calendar and the limited time they spend in school.
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