- A young Ghanaian has won the Africa Under-9 Chess Champion Competition
- Eight-year-old, David Quansah Acheampong is the first-time Ghanaian to win
- The youngster is already attracting commendation on social media
Congratulatory messages are coming in fast for young chess player - David Quansah Acheampong.
The eight-year old boy made it through to the Africa Under-9 Chess Champion Competition .
YEN.com.gh gathers that this victory is the maiden moment of Ghana in the world of chess competition.
The head of Midas Centre for Energy and Resource Policy, disclosed this on his handle on Facebook - a social media web channel.
In all, over a hundred young chess players across Africa partook of the competition under bench lines of 9 years to 17 years.
Dave never had this this rosy - he had lost three times in this fight for a title but never struck success.
Father of the young player - Mr. David Acheampong narrated how his son was attracted to the venture of Chess at the tender age of 4.
He wants government to consider his son a national asset, He believes with more training, Dave could end up as the most influential chess player word wide - a development that will gain Ghana respect and some fear in the game of chess.
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