The out-going captain of the Tema Country Golf Club, Mr William Asiedu Yeboah has called on workers of the Club to ensure unity and oneness for the promotion and development of the sport.
Mr Yeboah said the success or failure of the Club lies heavily on the performance of the workers and that without their mutual cooperation and unity, the promotional agenda of the Club cannot be achieved.
The out-going captain made the call at the Club's Long Service Awards held at Tema on Friday.
Mr Yeboah announced the setting up of a Provident Fund for Club which would be used to help improve the living condition of the workers.
He expressed the hope that the workers would put in their maximum efforts in the years ahead by working harder than before for the betterment of the club.
Mr Ebenezer Adablanu, General Manager of the Club who had served for more than 20 years received the highest award.
Other workers who received awards were Mr Justice Darko-Sakwa, senior Barman, Mr John Akrong, assistant Barman, Mr Joseph Tawiah, Caddy Master and Mr Andrews Kofi Mensah, a foreman.
Mr Adablanu on behalf of the recipients thanked the management for recognizing their hard work and gave the assurance that they would work together as a team to maximize profit and development of the Club.
The awards ceremony was sponsored by Mr D. J. Kofi Yim, President of the Club.