SPOTLIGHT: Youngest E/R Basketball Coach Okine the public interest. Read why?
Coach Okine as at now is the Youngest basketball coach in the country with great achievement. Currently the head coach of pope John senior and minor seminary, eastern regional high school basketball coach and formal Marshalls university coach.
He’s not a politician even though he speaks around’ politics to support every initiative but a basketball coach and a luminary who believes the youth is the future.
As the head coach of the eastern regional high school basketball coach, during an interview with winegreynews.com want to encourage all high school students and the youth to vote four more for H.E NANA AKUFFO ADDO to implement policies that can help them build a better future for themselves.
As part of this project, I’m embarking on a basketball clinics in high school around koforidua and it environs to help explain the benefit the youth will get from the NPP leadership and why they should give them four more to do more for them.
James Okine During an Interview with Winegreynews stated below.
Winegrey: Do you have a team you have built your self?
Yes, Eagles Basketball Academy
Winegrey: How do you see the future of basketball in the Eastern region as a headcoache?
The game is growing very well at the high school level and the implementation of the free SHS has helped real athletes get the opportunity to leave the street and school whiles they do what they love (playing basketball)
Winegrey: How do you compare ghana’s basketball reaction to any country?
For the past few years the game keeps growing and parents have now understand the fact that they have to support their children do sports and with that, in the near future can we can rob shoulders with Nigerian and other well recognized basketball countries in Africa.
Perhaps the government has plans of investing in basketball if we give him four more years and example I’d what ursela Owusu has done in dansoman. ‘
constructed a modern basketball court at SSNIT flat’ for the youth to play and learn in a safe environment.