Two institutions have made separate donations towards the maiden edition of the Mantsemei Cup annual tourney scheduled to commence on Sunday.
Kingdom Capital, a leading distributor of Sunny digital TVs and Kingdom Pure Life Water donated GH¢10,000, while Gentile Revival Ministry International donated trophies and medals valued at GH¢5,000.
Mantsemei Cup Ghana, a novelty four-day football competition by the Greater Accra Regional Football Association, is expected to involve clubs from the lower divisions to battle for a trophy while international scouts would be available to unearth potential talents.
Making the presentation, Managing Director of Kingdom Capital, Samuel Nibo, expressed his outfit’s delight to be associated with a competition that offered the youth an opportunity to exhibit their talent instead of channeling it into social vices.
Gentle Revival Ministry, which is under the leadership of Apostle Abraham Owusu-Amoah, who is also the president of the Charity Stars FC, made the presentation as part of the ministry’s charity outreach community development project for the promotion of youth soccer in the country.
Nii Komiete Doku, the RFA Chairman, was grateful to the organisations for their kind gesture, explaining that renowned international scout, Graham Daniel Heydorn, was due to arrive in the country on Saturday for the tournament.
By Peter Sarbah