Accra Brewery Limited Gives GHS 30,000 Worth Of Scholarship To Tertiary Students

Foster Ametsi and Grace Obour with ABL executives
Foster Ametsi and Grace Obour with ABL executives

The Accra Brewery Limited (ABL), producers of Beta Malt drink, has awarded tertiary scholarships worth GH¢30,000.00 to two athletes, as part of its sponsorship package for the 2019 Second Cycle Inter-regional Sports festival.

Mr. Foster Ametsi and Ms. Grace Obour, both students of T.I Ahmadiyya Senior High School in the Ashanti Region, were adjudged the overall best performing athletes in male and female categories respectively in the just-ended 31st edition of the National Sports Festival held in Bolgatanga in the Upper East Region, where Central Region was crowned the overall champion, for the second consecutive time.

Each of the two athletes who helped their region to emerge the overall winner in athletics in both boys and girls categories, received educational support package of GH¢15,000.00 from ABL which sponsored the athletics category of the festival.

Mr. Ametsi was adjudged best performing athlete after he won gold in Long Jump and Tripple Jump while Ms Obour, who recently represented Ghana at the African Games in Morocco, won gold in 200 metres, 400 metres, 100 metres and supported her team to win gold in 4×100 metres, 4×200 metres and 4×400 metres.

The beneficiaries expressed gratitude to Beta Malt, ABL, for the scholarship and said it was a big relief that would enable them to continue with their education at the tertiary level.

Apart from refreshing the athletes from the preliminary stages for the past six months towards this year’s festival in Bolgatanga, the company also awarded winners in various disciplines in athletics with packs of Beta Malt drinks and other branded souvenirs.

According to Ms Ewurafua Addo-Atuah, the Head of Marketing, ABL, said youth development and empowerment through education and sports remained a significant goal of the beverage company and that informed the company’s decision to partner the Ghana Education Service to sponsor the national second cycle athletics.

“Physical education and sports are important disciplines that provide holistic intervention to developing the mental and physical aspects of young people and what better way can we have, to inspire athletes to go all the way up with Beta Malt,” she underscored.

Source: GNA

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