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GFA Signs 3-year Sponsorship Deal With betPawa As New Partners Of GPL



GFA Signs 3-year Sponsorship Deal With betPawa As New Partners Of GPL

The Ghana Football Association (GFA)have confirmed betPawa as the official sponsors of upcoming Ghana Premier League season.

On Wednesday, August 3, 2022, the official announcement took place at the headquarters of the GFA in Accra.

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The GFA and betPawa’s cooperation aims to effectively advertise and position the premier league so that it becomes one of the most popular and alluring leagues on the continent.

Signing on behalf of betPawa, international superstar and betPawa stakeholder Mr Eazi highlighted that

“The company’s high appetite for growing and harnessing talents, creating opportunities and rewarding fans across its markets are a few of the many reasons for partnering with the GFA”.

“My support for Asante Kotoko influenced the decision to sponsor the Ghana Premier League,” he added.

Meanwhile, Ibrahim Imoro has passed his medical at Al Hilal Omdurman after the club reach an agreement with current league champions Kumasi Asante Kotoko.

In other sports news, Ghanaian athlete, Benjamin Azamati has made it to the semi-finals of the Men’s 100m race at the ongoing Commonwealth Games after coming first in heat 7.

He finished first in the heats with a time of 10.19 sub-seconds to qualify for the semis in the Men’s 100m dash.

Azamati overcomed a tough competition from Welsh athlete Jeremiah Azu and Bangladesh runner I. Rahman who finished second and third respectively.

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Azamati’s time of 10.19 sub-seconds was below what he did at the 2022 World Athletics Championships where he finished the heats at a time of 10.189 sub-seconds and still failed to progress to the next round.

Azamati would come up in the semi-finals on Wednesday, August 3rd where he would face some of the finest athletes at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.

Meanwhile, sprinter, Sean Safo-Antwi has advanced to the semi-finals of the men’s 100m race.

The 31-year-old ran a time of 10.33s and finished fourth in Heat 10 of the men’s 100m race.

Sean Safo-Antwi ended the Heats with one of the best times among the non-automatic qualifiers.

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