Enan with Pundit Ekow Fletcher (left) and Yaw Sakyi Afari (right) on Courtside.
Enan in action against Nigeria. Photo Courtesy FIBA.com

Enan in action at the African Championship in Egypt.
Ivory Coast Center Romeo Wilfred Enan has returned to Ghana following a successful spell in the Tunisian Basketball League with JS Manazeh.

The highly rated defender is holidaying in the West African country during the offseason; Manazeh played in the postseason but exited in the first round.

2017 African Champions Club Silver medalist Etoile Rades won the league after topping US Monastir; Monastir placed third in last year’s continental club champions.

Enan made an appearance on premier television show “Courtside” on Ghana channel Kwese Free Sport to share his experiences playing in different countries since making his mark in Ghana with Braves of Customs and Accra Technical University.

Romeo stated playing in the Kwese Nigerian League is “hard” and praised the Tunisian League for its professionalism.

Since leaving the Accra Basketball League, the 2015 Ghana Basketball Awards Tertiary Player of the Year winner played in Nigeria for Kwara Falcons and Kano Pillars before moving to North Africa.

He played for Ivory Coast at the 2017 African Nations Championship-AfroBasket.

By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
@YawMintYM on Twitter


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