5 Stars Pan-African Cup kicks off in Ghana | Dailytrust

5 Stars Pan-African Cup kicks off in Ghana

The maiden edition of the 5Stars Pan-African Cup tagged ‘Accra 2021’ is set to kick off in Accra, Ghana from December 10 to 12, 2021.

The Pan African Cup competition will see teams from Nigeria, Ghana and other foreign countries lock horns for the ultimate prize in the coastal city of Accra.

This was confirmed when the 5 Stars Football’s representatives were hosted to an official meeting at the Nigerian High Commissions office in Accra recently by the deputy high commissioner, Ambassador Gambo Yusuf and minister in charge of youth, education and sports at Nigeria’s Embassy Accra Ghana, Mrs Arewa Esther.

The managing director of 5Stars Football & Consultancy, Olumide Aturu, said the 2021 Pan-African Cup which is the first of its kind project, is for the premium rise, growth and profitability of grassroots football from Nigeria to the rest of the world.

He stated further that the Pan-African Cup would showcase the abounding talents and will foster the bond between both Nigeria and Ghana, its players and the football fraternity.

“The 5Stars Pan-African Cup project is a 5 Stars Football and Consultancy Limited initiative aimed at promoting grassroots football beyond boundaries, ensuring national representation and profitability of sports across nations, discovering talents and building stronger relationships with diverse business brands, products and services in Nigeria, thus extending to rest of the world.

“This Pan-African football event will readily engage the local players in Nigeria and the diverse Africans in Ghana to fully incorporate bilateral relationships and foster more business partnerships, whilst it uses football and sports as the catalyst. This project’s location will be rotated every year around bidding nations, across African nations and the globe at large.

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