Yaw Sakyi Afari is elated with the developmental agenda of the game following improved and matured performances in the ongoing GUSA basketball games.
The semi-final parings will take centre stage on Tuesday morning at the main basketball court of the University of Ghana where top of the bill will be the break to play in the finals of the 2010 GUSA games.
The stakes are high as four universities seek for honours in both the male and female categories.
Speaking in an interview on TV3’s Sports Station on Monday night, the chief executive officer of Rite Multimedia heaped massive praise on the various teams for their sense of character and called on crazy basketball fans to grab the chance to witness yet another masterstroke in the revolution of the game in the West African country.
‘We are very happy with the level of play and high competitive nature of games so far and the revolution that we’ve being talking about is right on course’. Afari told host Kuuku Yankah
‘The games have being very interesting and it will interest you to know the plenitude of talents that the country has in abundance’.
‘All the six participating schools have given a good account of themselves and we are eager to know how the semi-final fixtures unfold on Tuesday morning’.
He further added: Immense thanks to the University authorities and the executives of GUSA for their tremendous support and their effort to collaborate with us to promote and develop the game in the country and we are happy we’re now the second most preferred sports in Ghana’.
‘I entreat all basketball fans to throng the venue and catch a glimpse of what we have being talking about and I tell you they will have their time worth’.
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