The CEO  of Geodrill Makes Big Promise To Ghanaian Athletes Going To Tokyo 2020 Olympics Games

The President & CEO of Geodrill (Exploration Drillers in West & Central Africa sub-regions), Mr Dave Harper has on behalf of the Company pledged to pay the cedis equivalent of *US$10,000* (Ten Thousand Dollars) to any Ghanaian athlete who wins a Gold Medal at the upcoming Tokyo2020 Olympics to be hosted in Japan.

Ghana will be seeking to add to their medal count at th event scheduled to be  birthed on 23rd July running to August, 23rd.

Mr. Dave, made the promise when members of the Ghana National Boxing Team, Black Bombers paid a visit to his office at the Airport Residential Area in Accra to thank him for his support prior to the Africa Olympics Boxing Qualifiers held in Dakar-Senegal, February,2020.

They also took the chance to brief him on local preparations made (non & residential) before they embark on a month pre-games tour on Monday 23rd June,2021 for acclimatization & psychological tune up in the Ishawashiro – Japan.

According to the President and CEO of Geodrill,  the idea behind his audacious promise is to help Ghana win it’s first gild medal at the games.

“Ghana is yet to win a Gold medal at the Olympics since it started participation in 1952,as a Gold exploring outfit, we aspires for Gold,so it will defeat our ideals & mission to reward Silver and Bronze which Ghana won in the Rome 1960-Silver by Clement Ike Quartey and Eddie Blay Snr and Prince Amartey clinching the the other two bronze at 1964 and 1972 Tokyo also in Munich games respectively all coming from Boxing (Black Bombers) until football, Black Meteors (National U-23) won Bronze in Barcelona,1992 games taking Ghana’s total medal haul to 4.

After hosting the Bombers and officials to a special lunch, Mr Harper donated an undisclosed amount of money, a book & CD on the life story of the great Samuel Azumah Nelson to each of the Bombers and officials present.

The Team also received 50 pieces of specially branded GEODRILL Tokyo2020 Olympics Bombers T-shirts.

Source: Stadeafrique.com

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