Synonyms for agyepong or Related words with agyepong

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Examples of "agyepong"
Her personal best jump was , achieved in June 1989 in Basildon. She married Francis Agyepong (a former triple jumper) and became Mary Berkeley-Agyepong.
His younger sister, Jacqui Agyepong, is a former hurdler.
Agyepong joined Manchester City in 2015 from the Right to Dream Academy.
Jacqui is a sister of the triple jumper, Francis Agyepong, and sister-in-law of the long jumper, Mary Berkeley.
Thomas Agyepong (born 10 October 1996) is a Ghanaian professional footballer who plays as a winger for NAC Breda, on loan from Manchester City, in the Dutch Eerste Divisie.
Francis Keita Agyepong (born 16 June 1965 in London) is a retired English triple jumper. He won the silver medal in at the 1996 European Indoor Championships in Athletics, and finished 7th at the 1995 IAAF World Indoor Championships. His personal best was 17.18 metres, achieved in July 1995 in London.
On 10 July 2016, Agyepong signed on loan to Dutch second division team NAC Breda for the 2016-17 season. He made his debut on 12 August, playing 61 minutes in a 2–1 win over Achilles '29. On 2 December, he scored his first goal for the club, in the 92 minute of a 3–1 win over Almere City.
Agyapong was born on 6 March 1962, in Kumasi, Capital of the Ashanti Region of Ghana. He was the son of Justice Kwadwo Agyei Agyepong, one of three prominent Ghanaian judges who was abducted and murdured during the early years of Ghana's Provisional National Defence Council. (PNDC).
"Jackie Agyepong, Dina Asher-Smith, Steve Backley, Julia Bleasdale, Abdul Buhari, Linford Christie, Tasha Danvers, Monique Davis, Tyrone Edgar, Mo Farah, Jo Fenn, Rikki Fifton, Dalton Grant, John Herbert, JJ Jegede, Jade Johnson, Jeanette Kwakye, Joice Maduaka, Christine Ohuruogu, Tosin Oke, Samson Oni, Scott Overall, Abi Oyepitan, Asha Philip, John Regis, Laura Turner, David Weir, Benedict Whitby, Conrad Williams, Nadia Williams"
The killings of the Supreme Court justices (Cecilia Koranteng Addo, Frederick Sarkodie, and Kwadjo Agyei Agyepong), military officers Major Sam Acquah and Major Dasana Nantogmah and the killings and disappearance of over 300 other Ghanaians occurred at this time in Ghana's history.
Agyepong was loaned to Dutch first division team FC Twente for the 2015-16 Eredivisie season. He made his debut on 4 October, coming on as a sub in a 3-1 loss to AZ Alkmaar. His first start came on 24 October in a 3-1 loss to PSV Eindhoven playing 62 minutes.
Jacqueline 'Jacqui' Nana A. D. Agyepong (born 5 January 1969, in London) is a retired English athlete who competed in the 100 metres hurdles. She represented Great Britain at the 1992 and 1996 Summer Olympics, as well as two outdoor and two indoor World Championships. In addition, she won the silver medal at the 1994 Commonwealth Games.
The Abetifi constituency is in the Eastern region of Ghana. The current member of Parliament for the constituency is Peter Wiafe Pepera. He was elected on the ticket of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and won a majority of 9,724 votes more than candidate closest in the race, to win the constituency election to become the MP. He succeeded Eugene Atta Agyepong who had represented the constituency in the 4th Republican parliament on the ticket of the New Patriotic Party (NPP).
On 10 August 2016, Faupala was loaned to NAC Breda for the 2016-17 season. He made his debut on 19 August, as a 75th minute substitution for Thomas Agyepong in a 2–1 loss to Maastricht. His next appearance would come a month later on 20 September, when he would start in a KNVB Cup match, a 2-0 loss against VVV-Venlo. His scored his first goal for the club on 25 November during a 1–3 loss to SC Cambuur. The loan was ended on 2 January 2017, with Faupala having played 4 games.
During the hours of a night time curfew in force on 30 June 1982, three judges, Justice Kwadwo Agyei Agyepong, Fred Poku Sarkodee and Cecilia Koranteng-Addow and a retired army officer Major Sam Acquah were abducted from their homes. Their charred bodies were found on 3 July 1982 at the Bundase Military Range, 50 kilometers from Accra. They had been murdered. All four had adjudicated on cases in which they had ordered the release of persons who had been sentenced to long terms of imprisonment, during the rule of the Armed Forces Revolutionary Council (AFRC) which had also been led by Jerry Rawlings in 1979. Following intense pressure on the PNDC government, a Special Investigation Board (SIB) was formed to investigate the murders. A former Chief Justice of Ghana, Samuel Azu Crabbe was appointed the Chairman of the SIB. Their work led to the recommendation that ten persons including two members of the PNDC, Amartey Quaye and Daniel Alolga Akata Pore be prosecuted. A third, a retired army captain, Kojo Tsikata, was a PNDC Special Advisor and Head of National Security. The names of Kojo Tsikata and Nana Konadu Agyeman-Rawlings came up amidst suggestions that they had had some involvement in the murder plot. One Chris Asher, alleged during a sitting of the National Reconciliation Commission in 2004 that Amedeka had admitted to him that the murders were ordered by Tsikata