Oil Marketing Company, GOIL and the Ghana Football Association (GFA) have announced a partnership deal worth $200,000 for a two-year period.
A ceremony to outdoor the partnership deal that makes GOIL the official fuel partner was held in Accra.
Group Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of GOIL, Kwame Osei Prempeh, expressed GOIL’s enthusiasm to support the GFA in ensuring a formidable Ghanaian football Industry.
He also reiterated GOIL’s commitment to continually offer its support in promoting sports development in the country.
In agreement, the President of the Ghana Football Association, Kurt Edwin Simeon-Okraku thanked GOIL for partnering the association and described GOIL’s partnership as timely to save domestic football.
He disclosed that the agreement between GOIL and the GFA will go a long way in reviving key projects such as night football that have since suffered transport challenges.
The partnership deal will offer mutual benefits by assisting the GFA and, local clubs to resolve their fuel difficulties whiles GOIL, on the other hand, will benefit from brand advertising opportunities at all GFA events and on official social media platforms of the association.
GOIL will also be offered the rights to market its products and services during selected national team matches and organize events for promotions.
Present at the ceremony was the Board Chairman of GOIL, Reginald Daniel Laryea, who welcomed the partnership as promising and beneficial to both parties.
Also present were Board Members, Thomas Manu, Angela Forson and John Boadu, as well as GOIL Solicitor Secretary, Nana Ama Kusi-Appouh. Others present were executives of the Ghana Football Association.
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