Mr. Ali Ajami, Marketing Director of Twellium Industrial Company Ltd has pledged his company’s support for Ghana Amateur Boxing and promised to refresh boxers, officials and guests at all events organized by the Ghana Boxing Federation (GBF).
After refreshing patrons at the Special Fight Night in honour of the late former President J.J. Rawlings, Twellium were on hand again on Boxing Day, December 26 to support the Special Juvenile Tournament staged by Besesaka Boxing Projects.
Mr. Ali Ajami, who has been appointed as a Goodwill Ambassador of the United Nations youth in Ghana said Ghana Boxing is a great brand, and they are proud to be associated with Ghana Boxing and hope Ghana wins a medal at the Olympic Games.
Twellium has through its products, Run and Rush Energy Drinks sponsored boxing events.
Mr. George Lamptey, President of the GBF also expressed his joy for the Twellium support as they are able to refresh many people who love the game.
He said Twellium has been supportive and wonderful since they associated themselves with Amateur Boxing.
According to him, two boxers have qualified for the Tokyo Olympic Games, and they need motivation and inspiration to win medals for Ghana.
Samuel Takyi and Suleimana Tetteh have both promised to enter the medal zone and make themselves proud.
Meanwhile, Besesaka Boxing Projects has promised to award scholarships to some promising juvenile boxers who were selected during their tournament.