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Bukom Banku Retires From Politics

Controversial Ghanaian boxer and NDC Sympathiser, Braimah Kamoko, known famously as Bukom Banku has announced his retirement from Politics in Ghana.

The popular boxer who is mostly known for his controversy made the pronouncement at a boxing event held at Dzodze-Penyi in the Ketu North District of the Volta Region.

According to Banku, the decision to retire is directly linked to the antagonism that comes with participating actively in politics in this nation.

“You know everybody love me in the nation, may be some people love me and some people jealous me because of politics. So if you want to be a popular man, you don’t have to do politics”, he said.

Braimah Kamoko who has 22 knockouts to his record out of 29 bouts admonished young boxers to set their eyes on the ultimate and train hard to achieve it.
He advised them to refrain from womanizing, alcoholism and any other activities that might have negative impact on their boxing career.

 

By: Gabla Godwin/ Showbiz Network Ghana

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