McPhylls Protocol Consult donates to NSA, 4 para sports association
The National Sports Authority (NSA) and four Paralympic sports associations yesterday received assorted food and other items from business entity, McPhylls Protocol Consult to support them as they deal with the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic.
The associations that benefitted from the gesture included the Ghana Deaf Football Association (GDFA), Ghana Blind Football Association (GBFA), Ghana Amputee Football Association (GAFA) and Cerebral Palsy Football Association (CPFA).
In all, 60 Veronica buckets, 10 cartons of Sardine, 10 boxes of liquid soup, 10 boxes of cooking oil, 10 boxes of hand sanitizers, 300 pieces of nose masks and 60 bags of rice was shared amongst the associations and the NSA.
Making the presentation, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of McPhylls, Mr Festus Annan said the gesture was part of the 60th birthday celebrations of his father, Mr Winfred Chartey Annan, the Head Coach of the national deaf football team for the past 20 years.
He said his outfit was planning another donation that would capture other para sports that were left out.
Coach Chartey expressed gratitude to the honour done him, stating that his goal was to see a united front presented by the various disabled associations to grow the sports.
President of the Association of Sports for the Disabled, Shaaban Mohammed thanked Mr Annan for the support.
Deputy Head of Technical Services at the NSA, Mr Abedu Wilson praised them for their selfless contribution to sports and their concern to the plight of disabled sports in the country.
BY NANA BENTSI ODURO