The Best Male competitor went to Ibrahim Iddrisu with Peter Itiku taking the Most Promising Male.
The Best Female was taken by Elizbeth Anyancho who won gold at the Above 73kg category, as Henrieta Naa Ayeley Armah took the Most Promising Female competitor. The Best Para athlete went to Aumarou Gaize Ismael
At the Below 49kg Female contest, Coffie Faustina took gold as Elemawusi Kezia took the silver medal.
In the men Below 80kg, Yahaya Djibril won the gold medal as Djobo Kadri collected silver and the bronze was shared by Mohammed Djibo and Abdul Karimo Y.
The Below 54kg Male gold was taken by Sanney Sigainie, silver for Alexander Kunu Edem and bronze shared by Yahya Ibrahim and Addo Emmanuel.
92 male taekwondo players participated including 9 para athletes and there were 83 female players.
The Para Contest Below 58kg gold was taken by Christian Avorgbedor wit Badu Felix taking silver and the bronze shared by Azuma Josima Atisuvi and Joseph Amugi.
The Para Contest Below 74kg gold was won by Aumarou Gaize Ismael, silver by Mohammed Sali and silver won by Akwei Sharon.
The Para Contest Below 63kg gold was taken by Samsa Kwesi Steven and silver by Adam Alhassan.
Public Relations Officer of the Ghana Taekwondo Federation, Adnan Odartey Lamptey said the participation from neighboring countries including Ivory Coast, Togo, Niger and Nigeria raised the standard and has also exposed the Ghanaian taekwondo players.