The President of the Ghana Football Association, Kurt Okraku, took advantage of the coronation of Heart of Lions to engage the Municipal Chief Executive of Ho, Richard Divine Bosson, on the development of football in the Volta Region.
A delegation from the Ghana FA and Division One League Board were in the region at the weekend to officially crown Lions as Champions of Zone II of the second-tier league.
Aftermath, the Ghana FA boss led a delegation to meet the MCE in Ho and engaged him on football development in the said region.
The meeting took place on Monday at the MCE’s office in Ho, the capital of the Volta Region.
During the extensive discussions, the two leaders addressed various issues regarding the development of football in the area. Of particular concern were matters related to officiating, talent identification, and the continuous advancement of football in the region.
Several notable individuals attended the meeting, including the Chief of Staff of the Ghana Football Association, Michael Osekere, the President of Dreams FC, Jiji Mohammed, the Vice Chairman of GHALCA, John Ansah, the Chairman of Greater Accra RFA, Samuel Oboabiri, and members of the Division One League Board, Sheikh Tophic Abdul-Kadir Sienu and Eugene Noel Nobel, who represented the GFA President.
The Volta Regional FA Chairman, Daniel Agbogah, and his Executive Committee members, along with the Presiding Member of the Ho Municipality, Mawunyo Agbe, were also present.
The meeting provided a platform for the leaders to share their views and concerns and to discuss strategies for enhancing the development of football in the region. It is hoped that the outcomes of this dialogue will lead to significant improvements in the quality and growth of football in the area.
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