Ghanaian featherweight, Isaac “Royal Storm” Dogboe [22-2, 15 KOs], met with Minister of Youth and Sports, Mustapha Ussif, as the former WBO Super Bantamweight champion looks to work with the ministry to improve the sport of boxing in the country.
The 26-year-old fighter revealed this on Twitter yesterday 11th August 2021, stating that his team and the minister had come to an agreement “My team and I had an excellent conversation with the Minister Of Youth and Sports Hon. Mustapha Ussif and per our discussion I am glad to have come to an agreement to be working with them side by side to improve the sport of boxing in Ghana.”
Dogboe is currently in Ghana and has been doing his part giving back to the nation, working alongside former Miss Africa and Miss United Nations Rebecca Asamoah’s GHEDO Care Foundation to provide essential educational needs (i.e. school uniforms, school bags, and other stationery) to the Akropong M/A Basic School at Akropong on Monday 2nd August 2021.
“It’s always a pleasure and goodwill to see people happy, especially the children,” Dogboe said about the donation
“Team Dogbe, we are in full support with anyone or any foundation that wants to do good to the community in terms of humanitarian endeavours and that’s why I’m here to support my good friend.”
He added “We all have a common goal, and that goal is serving our communities using our various endeavours. I’m a sports person, she’s a beauty queen, at the end of the day our goal is to serve our community, serve our country and serve the people, and that I believe is the first command from the almighty God to love one another.”
Dogboe is looking to get his career back on track as he targets another world title shot this time in the featherweight division. The Ghanaian star fought for just the second time since suffering back-to-back defeats to Emanuel Navarrete [33-1, 28 KOs] back in June defeating American featherweight Adam Lopez [15-3, 6 KOs] in a majority decision victory.