KGL Group responded to President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo’s call by signing a Million Dollar ($ 1,000,000) Support Program with the Ministry of Youth and Sports to support national football teams .
According to the company, the package is in line with its commitment and support for the development of sport in response to the call for corporate institutions to support the Ministry of Sports and will be especially focused on increasing Ghana’s efforts. Football Association (GFA) in the preparation of national football. teams, especially the Black Stars, to compete in the upcoming Africa Cup of Nations and the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.
Youth and Sports Minister Mustapha Ussif (Hon.), Ghana Football Association President Kurt Edwin Simeon-Okraku, Executive Council Member Samuel Anim Addo, General Secretary Prosper Harrison Addo (Esq.), Director of Marketing Jamil Maraby and Henry Asante Twum, Director of Communications.
Alex Dadey, Executive Chairman, Ken Mpare, Corporate Affairs Director, Ato Williams, Director, Christian Salamouni, Technical Director and Clyde Gaze, Marketing Director represented KGL Group at the ceremony.
Speaking at the event, KGL Group Corporate Affairs Director Ken Mpare welcomed the official signing of the agreement signifying the start of the partnership.
“KGL’s social responsibility goes beyond simply giving back to society or charities, but encompasses the full integration of KGL’s business divisions and operations to impact all aspects of the company on economic, social and environmental plans. ” he said.
He reiterated KGL Group’s continued support to the GFA and the Ministry of Youth and Sports in exploring areas of collaboration towards the collective goal of sports development, including social impact in all sports at through the CSR wing of the group, the KGL Foundation.
Receiving the presentation, the Minister of Youth and Sports, Hon. Mustapha Ussif expressed his joy for the collaboration in the development of sport, in particular with the support geared towards national teams.
The Sports Minister promised that the resources will be properly managed and channeled towards achieving the intended goal and the expiration of Ghanaians.
GFA President Kurt Edwin Simeon-Okraku added that “this decision will go a long way in helping the institution to reposition Ghanaian football as a leading sport in the country and to prepare very well for the planned missions. Simeon-Okraku further said he hoped the move by KGL would prompt other institutions to respond to the country’s president’s call as well.
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