Dominic Fobih: 10-year-old Ghanaian sports journalist at Angel FM featured on BBC

Dominic Fobih: 10-year-old Ghanaian sports journalist at Angel FM featured on BBC

- Ghana's genius sports journalist, who is arguably the youngest in the world has been granted an interview on BBC Pidgin

- In the interview, the 10-year-old Dominic Fobih recounted how his love for football started when he was only 6

- Dominic dreams of becoming a commentator featured on every major league in the world

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Ghana’s remarkable young presenter, Dominic Fobih, has been granted an exciting feature by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) pidgin.

In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the verified Facebook handle of BBC News Pidgin, the 10-year-old narrated with confidence, how he managed to attain his enviable position at his age.

According to Dominic, his love for football started when he was only six years old and his brother took him to watch a UEFA Champions League game.

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Watch the full interview below:

"On that day, Real Madrid won against Atletico Madrid in the Champions' League final, and I immediately told my brother that I'll be a commentator one day and he laughed," the 10-year-old recounts.

Dominic Fobih came from a village in Assin Koforidua in the Central Region of Ghana where there was no internet and he had to always trek a long distance to get access to the net for research.

According to the genius young man, his biggest dream is to one day be a commentator for matches in AFCON, EPL, UEFA Champions' League, Spanish La Liga and Italian Serie A and the FIFA World Cup.

Dominic Fobih: 10-year-old Ghanaian sports journalist at Angel FM featured on BBC
Dominic Fobih: 10-year-old Ghanaian sports journalist at Angel FM featured on BBC Dominic Fobih/Photo credit: UGC
Source: UGC

In an equally captivating report, on the eventful morning of January 7, 2020, over 270 members of parliament-elects were sworn into office as full MPs, and part of that number were two brothers.

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Samuel Abu Jinapor stood on the ticket of the New Patriotic Party for the Damango Constituency and won with over 15,000 votes representing 53.49% of total votes cast.

Samuel's elder brother, John Abdulai Jinapor, on the other hand, stood on the ticket of the National Democratic Congress for the Yapei Kusawgu Constituency and won with a whopping 58.43% of total votes cast.

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