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    Bukom Banku Lands GHC 600,000 Deal

    Ghana’s sensational boxer Braimah “Bukom Banku” Kamoko has agreed on a new deal with promotional giants Box Office Sports.

    According to the new deal, Bukom Banku has agreed to a deal which would see him engage in three promotional fights spanning a period of 18 months.

    The deal was signed at the Alisa Hotel on Sunday, October 10, 2021, and would come with GHC 600,000 financial compensation.

    The deal would start from January 2022 as Banku has signed a fight deal with S3 Promotions for a fight against John Napari in December, 2021 at the Bukom Arena.

    Box Office Sports according to sources is in discussions with Mr. Henry Addo Welbeck the CEO of S3 Promotions to buy Banku off the December showdown against Napari.

    This is to enable Banku to mount his training camp in the United Kingdom to enable him spare himself from the distractions from friends and family.

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