- Bukom Banku has finally flaunted his first child
- The renowned boxer displayed the face of his child during a live TV interview
- His son's name is Amando Kamoko
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Ghanaian boxer Braimah Kamoko popularly known as Bukom Banku is one of the most talked-about stars in Ghana.
Bukom Banku has always been in the news for good and sometimes bad reasons.
He is noted for his boxing skills and he has always been talking about his children.
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According to Bukom Banku, he has 13 children and his aim is to emulate King Solomon.
However, he has managed to keep the identity of his children away from the media.
Now, he has let the cat out of the bag by flaunting his first child during an interview on the Atuu programme with Abeiku Santana.
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During the interview, Bukom Banku was asked about his private life and whether he has made money from his profession.
He answered saying he has really made money but he spent it on his 13 children and his three wives.
Then he called his first child to come on set, his name is Amando Kamoko.
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Amando said he is 18 years old and he has completed his senior high education.
He also added that his dream is to become a military personnel.
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YEN.com.gh previously reported how Bukom Banku won his first professional bout outside the shores of Ghana.
He defeated Ferenc Albert by stopping him in Round 3 to win the World Boxing Union (WBU) cruiserweight belt.
The fight came off on September 7, 2019, at St George Hall in Bradford, UK.
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