He made the statement in a recent interview on basketball television show “Courtside” on Ghana channel Kwese Free Sports.
The League is in its third season since its inception in 2016 which had Nungua Coldstore clinching the maiden title and has ten teams competing this season.
His comments were in reaction to Nungua Warehouse Company Limited’s decision to funding the painting of the Tema Community 4 Court recently.
The court has held league games in 2016 and the company’s decision to help league management out is testament to the league’s growth.
“The league is doing very well” Osei who doubles as a league administrator said before adding the average attendance at games is around “200 or 300”.
Francophone Stars debut trip in the division has been going great thus far as the side has four wins in five games.
Coldstore is the only side in the division yet to lose a game and plays Tema Community 2 on Sunday May 27.
By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
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