can confirm the Ghana Basketball Association (GBBA) is scheduled to complete rebranding works in January next year.

Specific date for the announcement of completion of rebranding works to the Association’s image is yet to be determined but per the official statement from the GBBA released earlier today, it should be completed in the first month of 2022.

Rebranding works gathers includes upgrading or changing the Association’s official logo, the acronym, website and social media presence.

Lithuania Basketball Federation Secretary General Mindaugas Balciunas

This development comes on the back of the Association signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Federation of Basketball powerhouse Lithuania recently to aid Ghana’s development of coaches and players. (Click highlighted text to watch video)

Recently, the Association’s long used logo was at the heart of controversy on social media drawing the ire of many who mistook the logo as one designed recently and launched on the day of the MoU signing.

IBU Representative Richard Borsah (Left) displays signed MoU between GBBA and Lithuania Basketball Federation

In response, a handful of individuals suggested designs as possible logos to replace the existing one. (Click highlighted text to watch design samples)

Below is the full statement:

By Yaw Adjei-Mintah

@YawMintYM on Twitter


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