The Ghana Rugby Football Union (GRFU) have expressed their utmost appreciation to sponsors for supporting the federation during this Coronavirus period.
The Board Chairman and President of the Ghana Rugby Football Union, Mr. Herbert Mensah, on behalf of the union, expressed their profound gratitude to their sponsors for the overwhelming supports despite the difficulties the Coronavirus has pushed them into.
Following their numerous activities during these difficult times, the Ghana Rugby Football Union has been tipped by many as one of the leading Federations supporting the Ghanaian government in the fight against the deadly disease.
The Federation has been donating personal protective equipment and essential vitamins to the Rugby fraternity and some Ghanaian communities to help mitigate the impact of the virus and also embarking on awareness campaign aimed at educating Ghanaians on the need to practice the Coronavirus safety protocols.
They have also conducted the Coronavirus tests over 150 times with 12 people testing positive. This makes them the only sports federation to carry out the highest number of Coronavirus tests on its members.
In an interview, Mr. Herbert Mensah said, “the Ghana Rugby Football Union wouldn’t have achieved this mark without the support of the sponsors”, hence expressing the Federation’s appreciation for gestures of their sponsors.
He acknowledged Rugby Africa for its supports, Interplast Limited – a plastic fabrication company in Accra for assisting some members of the Union to undergo successful surgeries as well as other contributions during this Coronavirus season.
Mr. Herbert Mensah also thanked Sunda International ( a comprehensive transnational industrial group integrated with overseas industry manufacturing, international trade, industrial investment, consultation service, information technology service) for providing personal protective equipment (PPE’s) and other medical equipment in the fight against the deadly coronavirus.
Another contributor to the Ghana Rugby Football Union is GB Foods (Producers of Gino and Pomo products) whom Mr. Herbert Mensah thanked for always coming to the aid of the union despite the Coronavirus challenges.
He also seized the opportunity to thank Societe Generale for the overwhelming support in the Union’s Get Into Rugby (GIR) programme by training over 10,000 children to play rugby.
The highly respected sports administrator also thanked other sponsors who have been contributing to the success of the Ghana Rugby Football Union.
About Ghana Rugby:
Ghana Rugby is the official full member of both World Rugby (2017) and Rugby Africa in Ghana-West Africa and is responsible for the management and development of the Game Rugby Union in the country. The Union is governed by a Constitution and administers five KPAs (Key Performance Areas) namely:
(1) Youth Development & Growth through the World Rugby “Get Into Rugby” Programme,
(2) Women in Ghana Rugby,
(3) Training & Education,
(4) Domestic Competitions and
(5) International Performance.