LOC Engages African Games’ Stakeholders In The U.S

The Executive Chairman of the 13th African Games’ Local Organising Committee (LOC), Dr. Kwaku Ofosu-Asare, was part of the personalities who showed up at the inaugural “Ghana Week in DC” event in Washington, D.C recently.

The Ghana Tourism Authority, Events DC, LIQUID SOUL-DC, Ghana Embassy in Washington, D.C., and D.C. United teamed up to organize the week-long festival, which aimed to highlight the diversity of African culture and encourage cooperation and investment in vital industries.

Dr. Kwaku Ofosu-Asare was at this significant occasion, and partook in various meetings to promote the 13th African Games, which falls off in Accra in March 2024.

He additionally exploited the program to request for funding support for the games, which vows to be one of the thrilling and noteworthy games in Africa.

The Executive Chairman had a meeting with Mrs. Cynthia Djokoto, the Minister in charge of Commercials at the Ghanaian Embassy in Washington, DC, outside of the festivities.

Possible sponsorship and promotional ideas for the 13th African Games were the primary subjects of conversation. The meeting also underlined how essential international joint programs are to the event’s smooth running.

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Mr Ofosu-Asare gave a presentation on October 18, 2023, about Ghana’s preparations to host the 13th African Games. He emphasized the occasion’s advantages for both investors and the nation at large.

The presentation took place during the Prince George’s County business forum, which was sponsored by the Ghana Tourism Authority and the Ghana Investment Promotion Council.

Meanwhile, Ghana’s Ambassador to the United States, H.E. Hajia Alima Mahama, also expressed her support for the successful organization of the 13th African Games.

Featuring a diverse range of cultural, economic, and sporting events, Ghana Week in DC served as a platform to foster collaboration and investment in key sectors such as health, infrastructure, energy, agribusiness, and digital technology.

This underlines the responsibility of Ghana and its partners to make the African Games a tremendous achievement and a demonstration of the force of global participation.

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