Eric Amoako-Twum and Kwesi Nyantekyi
Eric Amoako-Twum, Country Manager of Cheki.com.gh, Ghana’s number one cars and auto website, has backed Black Stars coach Kwasi Appiah to succeed at the summer World Cup.
Cheki.com.gh, the latest sponsor of the Black Stars, struck partnerships with RANA Motors, importers and dealers of Kia vehicles and Ashok Leyland trucks in Ghana.
And it was the latest to join the growing list of corporate bodies and individuals commending the Black Stars trainer for choosing the best players to represent the country in Brazil.
Currently with 400 garages on its platform and hundreds of individual car sellers advertising on their website countrywide, with 10,000 cars online, cheki.com.gh pledged to strengthen its already healthy relationship with the GFA.
Cheki.com.gh had succeeded in making a huge impression on the minds of football faithful with its association with the GFA, and the company’s boss believed the 26-man squad was a clear reflection of coach Appiah’s close monitoring of the players from their respective clubs.
Amoako-Twum, an ardent online marketing advocate, expressed the hope that the team – a blend of experienced and youthful players – would go past where they ended during the last World Cup in South Africa.
‘We at Cheki.com.gh have so much confidence in the team, we believe they will do our great country proud in Brazil, hence our recent association with the Ghana Football Association and for that matter the Black Stars,’ said Amoako-Twum.
He added, ‘Our recent $100,000 deal with the GFA was a clear testament of our faith in the brand that is flying the name of Ghana high. We are urging the technical and the playing body on to succeed in Brazil.’
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