08.09.2020 Football News

Checkout 10 Key Things John Mahama Has Pledged To Do In Sports When He Win 2020 Polls

By Samuel Ekow Amoasi Appiah
John Dramani Mahama
LISTEN SEP 8, 2020
John Dramani Mahama

The National Democratic Congress [NDC] on Monday, September 7, launched their 2020 manifesto ahead of the upcoming December elections.

The manifesto has six key areas which include, fixing the economy, promoting human development, providing infrastructure for growth, providing decent jobs, good governance, and corruption, and deepening international relations and foreign affairs.

In the sports sector, the opposition NDC party pledged to fix and develop the sports sector when they win power at the polls this December.

Here are the top 10 things the NDC have proposed to do in the sports sector.

  • Develop specific Sports Centres of Excellence in the three geographical zones of Ghana
  • Develop a strategic framework for the construction of stadia in all districts across the country to scout for sports talents
  • Upgrade the Winneba Sports College into a state-of-the-art Sports University with campuses in selected regions to enhance the human resource base and development of sports in the West African sub-region to provide opportunities for training and capacity building in sports management and administration as well as sports management and science.
  • Continue and complete the New Edubiase Stadium started by the NDC Government
  • Establish sports recreational facilities in communities in every district.
  • Use the Sports Development Fund to assist the Sports Associations to provide and improve remuneration and welfare of local sportsmen and women
  • Establish a Sports Development Fund to promote sports in Ghana
  • Facilitate tax exemption/relief regimes to motivate private sponsorship and promotion of sports in the country.
  • Revive and invest in the inter-schools and college games.
  • Promote and develop Beach Soccer

The manifesto was themed, “Jobs, Prosperity, and More: The People’s Manifesto.

Samuel Ekow Amoasi Appiah
Samuel Ekow Amoasi Appiah

Sports Journalist

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