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Samuel Takyi, Ghana’s Olympic Team Call on Twellium Industries

Ghana’s Olympic Team that represented Ghana at Tokyo 2020 Olympics games is set to receive products from Twellium Industries for one year.

This announcement was made when a delegation from the Ghana Olympic Committee led by the President Mr Ben Nunoo Mensah paid a courtesy call to the company’s office situated in Medie, Accra to officially present the medal won by boxer Samuel Takyi to the management of the company.

Mr Ben Nunoo Mensah in his address on behalf of the Ghana Olympic Committee expressed his profound gratitude to the management and staff of Twellium Industries for their immense support which saw team Ghana winning a medal for the first time in twenty-nine years coming from the camp of Samuel Takyi.

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“Thank you very much Ali Ajami for welcoming us here today it would be recalled that about four to five months ago Mr Albert Frimpong (GOC Marketing Committee Chairman) led a delegation here which include myself to come and seek for support from your company and more unless the activities of the Ghana Olympic Committee and then specifically our showing in Tokyo”.

According to Mr Nunoo Mensah, at the time the presentation was being done, the Ghana Olympic Committee promised Twellium Industries that the team will come back to Ghana from Tokyo with a medal which indeed the team achieved its target.

Chief Marketing Officer for Twillium Industries Ali Ajami also reassured the team of his outfit continues support to them for raising the flag of Ghana high in Tokyo.

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” My company is proud to be part of your success story. You have made Ghana proud and as a company, you have made us get value for the money we invested in you.

We are very ready to support you in every way to succeed more. I want to use this platform to announce that all the Athletes that represented Ghana at the Olympics will receive products from Twillium for one year. This is to show our appreciation to you”

Samuel Tayki won the bronze medal in boxing at the olympics for Ghana in Tokyo, Japan.

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Dickson Doadi | ghparrot.com.gh

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