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Asamoah Gyan visits Upper East Region to promote All Regional Games

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Former Ghanaian international footballer Asamoah Gyan has visited the Upper East Region as part of a tour around the country to promote the upcoming All Regional Games (ARG) in the Upper East Region.

Mr. Gyan, who is also an ambassador for the regional games, visited the region and engaged with local stakeholders, athletes, and fans.

The All Regional Games (ARG), which the former Black Stars player is spearheading, will be instrumental in discovering sporting talents across Ghana. Speaking to the media after meeting with the Upper East Regional Minister Dr. Hafiz Bin Salih, the former Black Stars captain mentioned that the nationwide competition will be a significant step towards unearthing the next generation of Ghanaian athletes.

While urging all sportsmen and women to go online and register to enable them to participate in the activities, he stated that the whole event is expected to be launched on the 15th of June in Kumasi.

“We promise Ghanaians that we are going to embark on a regional tour to engage all sixteen regions, and we are in Bolgatanga at the moment. So, if you see me here, it’s all about the All Regional Games (ARG). We just want to urge people to go online and register; we don’t want to discriminate, so everyone has to go online and register, so at the end, we will get the best out of Bolgatanga. My being here is all about the All Regional Games (ARG),” he said.

The Upper East Regional Minister, Dr. Hafiz Bin Salih, has expressed gratitude to Mr. Gyan for his visit and support, saying it will go a long way in motivating the region’s athletes to excel in the upcoming games. Dr. Bin Salih also pledged his commitment to supporting the cause for its success.

Source: A1Radioonline.Com|101.1MHz|David Azure|Bolgatanga|

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