Ministry of Youth and Sports makes donations to FIFA U-20 World Cup winner coach Sellas Tetteh

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The Ministry of Youth and Sports (MoYS), through it’s Deputy Minister Hon. Evans Opoku Bobie has gone to the aid of former Black Satellites coach Sellas Tetteh with sum amount of money.

On Monday 20th February, 2023 a delegation led by Bobie of paid a visit to the ailing former coach of the Black Satellites, Sellas Tetteh at his residence in Accra.

The Deputy Minister expressed his excitement for seeing the coach hale and hearty after receiving reports of his ill health.

He noted that the purpose of the visit was to ascertain the health condition of the coach and also to make a cash donation of Fifty thousand Ghana cedis (GHc50,000) on behalf of H.E Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo to meet the medical expenses of the coach.

According to the Deputy Minister, the visit was extremely important considering the role and contribution the former coach had played in the development of football in Ghana.



He indicated that the delegation will continue to follow up and pay regular visits to the coach and expressed optimism that his health condition will improve soon.

Speaking on behalf of the coach, Mr Michael Lassey Teivi, a brother to the coach expressed his gratitude to H.E the President for the kind gesture and promised to make good use of the amount donated.

Coach Sellas Tetteh led the under 20 national team, the Black Satellites to win the world cup in Egypt in 2009.

Officials who accompanied the Deputy Minister were the Chief Accountant, Dr. Osman Haruna Tweneboah, the Deputy Director of Research, Statistics and Information Management, Mr Horen Quashigah, the Head of Protocol, Mrs Dinah Boateng, the Head of Public Relations, Mr. Kenneth Annang and An Assistant Director, Rodalyn Ansong.

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