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Rite Multimedia chief Afari hails Ghana Basketball and Leadership Camp

Yaw Sakyi

Rite Multimedia chief, Yaw Sakyi Afari, has expressed his satisfaction with the organization of this year’s Ghana Basketball and Leadership Camp.

The six-day intensive exercise ended in Accra two weeks ago with campers undergoing a rigorous sessions to improve their understanding and knowledge of the game.

Over forty boys and girls took part in the historic camp which continues to earn rave reviews among parents.

Rite Multimedia, credited with bringing out innovations, once again proved their mettle as the leading event company championing the development and promotion of basketball in the West African country.

The Ghana Basketball and Leadership Camp has become the latest brand to the already existing brands such as the Sprite Ball Championship, Milo Junior Ball, UPAC games, Indomie Community Dunks, Legon Dunks and the Ghana Basketball Awards.

The company’s chief Yaw Sakyi Afari is delighted with staging another exciting event which focused primarily on the technical aspect of the game.

“Having had the pleasure of taking in a number of players, I was knocked out by the pleasure that the kids showed during the six-day event,” Afari told BASKETBALLghana.com

“For me what stood out was the enthusiasm that the kids showed during the period.

“This was incredibly refreshing and exciting for the future of the game. We had focused so much on promotion in the past and wanted to now look at the technical aspect of the game.

“I want to take this opportunity to thank the proprietor at Penfield School, the chairman of the Ghana Basketball Association, WBC Super featherweight champions, Professor Azumah Nelson, the coaches and the team at Rite Multimedia for making the event a huge success.

“We believe it intended purpose was achieved and we hope to improve upon it next year and the years ahead.”

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One comment

  1. Daniel Asomah Benneh

    All Ghanaians who play the game of basketball look up to players in the NBA and they desire to be like them yet locally we use FIBA rules during our game.
    If we can’t change the rules we use then we shouldn’t focus on NBA so much but rather show the Spanish leagues etc.

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