Board member of Ghana Rugby Football Union, Rafatu Inusah has been appointed onto the Women’s Advisory Committee of Rugby Africa.
Ms. Rafatu Inusah has been appointed as member of the player welfare and participation sub Committee of the Women’s Advisory Committee of Rugby Africa.
Reacting to the appointment, the Board Chairman and President of the Ghana Rugby Football Union, Herbert Mensah believes Rafatu Inusah will perform greatly on the committee considering her rich knowledge in the game.
“Ghana Rugby is extremely proud of Rafatu Inusah, Our dream last year, world Rugby and Africa started the concept of the Unstoppables, is a fantastic Concept and it something that have been taken on board fully by Rugby Africa and particular by the Women’s Advisory Committee, headed by Paula Lanco, she is an extraordinary lady and a have a lot of who is determine to put together a group of ladies who can also help change how people perceived woman and the Unstoppables, that is how they are called”
“Alot of people applied for it, ln Ghana we had a couple of applicants and Rafatu was chosen.
I don’t think It needs a great deal of explanation , when you hear some one is Unstoppables, that is what these ladies are, they have achieved greatest”
‘In Ghana Rugby, she is responsible for a large part of getting into the Rugby programmes which is how we start developing children from the young age.. In Greater Accra, through Volta , Eastern and other part of the country. Over the last year’s, together with other members as leader”
“She has come out greatly from those practical aspect of what she does by Rugby Africa and we very proud of that, we congratule her.
Ms Rafatu Inusah is a Board member of the Ghana Rugby Football Union and also the women’s representative…
Below is the release of her appointment
About Ghana Rugby:
Ghana Rugby (http://GhanaRugby.org) is the official full member of both World Rugby (2017) and Rugby Africa in Ghana-West Africa and is responsible for the management and development of the Game Rugby Union in the country.
The Union is governed by a Constitution and administers five KPAs (Key Performance Areas) namely: (1) Youth Development & Growth through the World Rugby “Get Into Rugby” Programme, (2) Women in Ghana Rugby, (3) Training & Education, (4) Domestic Competitions and (5) International Performance.