El-Hout and some Nestle officials pose with the team
Milo U-13 reigning champions, Zogbeli LA Boys, yesterday called on the Managing Director of Nestle Ghana Limited, Moataz El-Hout, producers of Milo at the company’s head office in Dzorwulu, Accra.
The team’s visit was part of programmes lined up ahead of their Pan-African competition scheduled for this Friday and Saturday in Nigeria.
Zogbeli, the defending national champions, who would represent Ghana, would be competing with their South African, Kenyan and host, Nigerian counterparts in the two-day event.
El-Hout charged the team to act as worthy ambassadors by defending their title in the Lagos championship saying, ‘Winning starts from the training grounds, esteem discipline and defend your title.’
‘Prepare well to defend what you already have in your hands. Work hard and believe in yourselves,’ he added.
The Nestle boss pointed out that the initiative falls in line with his outfit’s programme to promote grass root football in the country.
He therefore commended Ghana Education Service (GES) highly who was represented by Bernard Annang, for their healthy six-years cooperation.
Skipper of the side, Abubakar Said, promised the Nestle boss to retain their title.
The team is expected to fly out of the country tomorrow for Lagos in an all expense paid trip by Nestle Ghana Limited for the championship.
From the Nestle head office at Dzorwulu, they would embark on a working visit to the Nestle office in Tema in the company of the head coach Osman Alhassan and headmaster of Zogbeli Yakubu Adams.
By Kofi Owusu Aduonum
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