Telecommunications giant MTN-Ghana has urged the Black Stars of Ghana ahead of their opening fixture against Portugal today Thursday (November 24, 2022) in the on-going Qatar FIFA World Cup to put all their practices into actions.

“Ahead of the first match of Ghana’s senior national team, the Black Stars, at the ongoing FIFA World Cup in Qatar, MTN wishes to commend the Black Stars once again for making it to the 2022 FIFA World Cup.”

The Chief Executive Officer of MTN Ghana, Mr. Selorm Adadevoh in a statement copied to THE CUSTODIAN noted, “As the headline sponsor of the Black Stars, we are full of hope about the abilities of our gallant men. We have no doubt that you have put in a lot of effort and undertaken all the necessary preparation. It’s time to put all that practice into action. We will remain your biggest fan every step of the way”.

“It’s your time, seize every moment and do what we know you to do best – winning. Get out there and show them how it’s done! Go Ghana! Go Black Stars!’’ he added.

MTN Ghana is the headline sponsor of the Black Stars. The company recently signed a sponsorship deal to cover the Black Stars for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar and the next African Cup of Nations in 2024.

Mr. Adadevoh said, ‘’MTN Ghana wishes you the very best in this tournament. Indeed, the cheers are from all corners of the African continent. Having demonstrated our love and commitment to the game, MTN Ghana is proud to be associated with you as you take on the world to make us proud”.   

As part of activities to drive excitement, the CEO disclosed that MTN customers will receive regular updates from the camp of the Black Stars through its Ayoba Messaging app, adding as part of the company’s special loyalty package, and selected customers will also win tickets to attend some of the matches.

Meanwhile, the Black Stars will come up against Portugal in the mundial at 16:00GMT or 4:00PM local time in group H.  

SOURCEthecustodianghonline.com/Mohammed Gadafi
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