can confirm the Ghana Basketball Association (GBBA) has released an official statement addressing the controversy generated by the Association’s logo.

This past weekend, the GBBA’s first update on its official Twitter page was an upload of the Association’s official logo. However, the upload has generated lots of reactions with many believing the logo was launched on the said date-Friday, December 17.

GBBA President Ato Van-Ess, Vice President (Administration and Finance) Alex Kukula, Vice President (Technical and Development Programs) Idrissu Ayambire, Treasurer Aurora Commodore-Toppar and Secretary General Rafiq Arthur at the GBBA Gala.

Ghana’s leading Basketball portal can confirm the logo isn’t far from new and has been in use as the official logo for several years. In response, the GBBA released a statement earlier today citing this key information and went on to point out development of a new logo is in the works.

The release of the new logo is scheduled for January, 2022 according to the statement signed by GBBA President Ato Van-Ess and the new logo is part of a full on rebranding effort by the Association to reflect the freshness of the new GBBA that got voted into office on October 30.

GBBA President Ato Van-Ess

In relation to the subject, a handful of individuals suggested several designs as possible of official logos of the Association. (Click highlighted text to view designs)

Below is the full statement:

By Yaw Adjei-Mintah

@YawMintYM on Twitter


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