Ghana Is All Ready For The 13th African Games. Preparations In Full Swing

The Technical Committee for the African Games (TCAG) and the Local Organising Committee (LOC) recently met with the Honorable Mustapha Ussif, the Minister for Youth & Sports, in a significant step toward the much-anticipated 13th African Games.

As Ghana eagerly prepares to host the prestigious sporting event, this meeting, the fourth and final one before the Games, aims to complete the preparations. The sports minister expressed hope in Ghana’s capacity to put up a noteworthy African Games.

The commitment to providing world-class facilities for the Games was emphasized by Hon. Mustapha Ussif’s remarks about the near completion of facilities at Borteyman and the University of Ghana.

He also paused for a minute to stretch out appreciation to H.E. Nana Akuffo Addo, the President of the Republic, for enduring help and commitment to the success of the Games.

Again, the Minister gave insight into how the Games management system, registration portal, and catering arrangements were progressing. These developments demonstrated Ghana’s commitment to providing participants and spectators alike with an enjoyable and seamless experience.

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H.E. Ambassador Minata Samate Cessouma, Chairperson of the TCAG and Head of the African Union Delegation, expressed her gratitude to committee members for their warm welcome during the meeting.

She made the most of the opportunity to express her gratitude to Hon. Mustapha Ussif for their unwavering efforts to ensure the Games’ become a success. Ambassador Cessouma encouraged all stakeholders to combine efforts and backing the arrangements, underlining that the ideal opportunity for action is now as the Games move close.

Ghana, as the host nation, promises an event that will not only celebrate sporting excellence but also foster unity and collaboration across the continent. As the event’s host, Ghana is poised to set new standards for the African Games.

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