Ghana Football Association announces $200,000 deal with GOIL as official fuel partner

GFA and GOIL partnership
GFA and GOIL partnership

The Ghana Football Association (GFA) And the Ghana Oil Company (GOIL) have announced a partnership deal worth $200,000 for a 2-year period. The deal which makes GOIL the official fuel partner of the GFA was signed at the GOIL Executive Centre at Cantoments on Wednesday, November 2, 2022.

Present at the unveiling ceremony were President Kurt E.S. Okraku and Vice President Mark Addo. Others included Executive Council members Nana Sarfo Oduro, Samuel Anim Addo, Vice Chairman of the Black Stars Management Committee Kwasi Agyemang and GFA Technical Director Bernhard lippert.

Speaking at the ceremony, Managing Director and Group CEO Kwame Osei Prempeh said the essence of the deal is to make the football industry happy.

“Goil knows that the passion of the nation is soccer and therefore, we have never hesitated in supporting the development of the sport” he said.

“As official fuel partner, GOIL will provide fuel worth a maximum of 100,000 every year to the GFA as the GFA has also committed to buy fuel worth 100,000 for the two years”.

GOIL is a state-owned Ghanaian oil and gas marketing company formed on 14th June 1960. Currently it holds the place of Ghana’s top oil marketing company and the only indigenous owned petroleum marketing company in Ghana.

By: Kwaku Oduro

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