GFA $1M Sponsorship deal seeks to revive juvenile football in Ghana
Accra, Oct 7 (UNI/Xinhua) The Ghana Football Association (GFA) Wednesday brokered a sponsorship deal with local KGL foundation, in which the latter will sponsor juvenile football in Ghana to the tune of one milliorn US dollars for the next 5 years.
Ghana FA President Kurt Okraku expressed delight for the enormous support the foundation has committed
itself towards supporting football development in the country.
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He said, “I am super excited that today we are announcing an amazing relationship between the GFA
and KGL. KGL foundation gives hope to the hopeless and improves the capacity of young people.”
Chief Executive Officer (CEO) for KGL foundation Alex Dadey observed the sponsorship was part of the organization’s agenda of contributing to football development in Ghana.
“We are happy to partner the GFA again after sponsoring the Black Stars. This is in line with our corporate social responsibility as a company,” he added.
Source: UNI/XINHUA VP GNK 2003
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