Electroland Ghana Limited, also known as NASCO has donated an amount of USD 60,000 in support of the Black Stars as they make preparations for the 2021 African Cup of Nations, (AFCON), and the 2022 World Cup qualifiers.
The benignant gesture depicted by the electronic company is in response to President Akuffo-Addo’s call on corporate institutions to support the senior and other national teams for their upcoming international tournaments. The Managing director of Electroland Ghana Limited, (NASCO), Mr Nour Sekloui, who announced the package, reiterates that the donation is the company’s support to aid Ghana end the 40-years AFCON trophy drought.
National sales Manager of Electroland Ghana, Mr Vincent Azan Gbiok also explained that the Company will present an amount of $10000 per month for the next six months to the Ministry of Sports to facilitate effective sporting activities in the country. According to sources, the Minister of Youth & Sports, Hon. Mustapha Ussif was the one who received the cheque on behalf of the team.
After the reception, he thanked Electroland (NASCO) for their kind gesture and urged other corporate bodies to emulate this kind and benign gesture shown. “On behalf of the President of the Republic of Ghana, and the good people of Ghana, let me thank Electroland Ghana (NASCO) for responding to the President’s clarion call for corporate bodies to support our national football teams”.
“This will go a very long way to lift some of the financial burden off Government in funding the qualification to the World Cup, and Ghana’s participation in the upcoming AFCON in Cameroon”, Hon Mustapha Ussif uttered at the brief presentation ceremony which was took place at the Head office of Electroland Ghana on Wednesday morning.