African Origin donates cash to Black Princesses for qualifying to World Cup

Samson Deen (in suit)

Samson Deen (in suit)

By Patrick Akoto

African Origin Travel and Sports Tourism have donated $ 3,500 to Ghana’s female Under-20 team for securing qualification to the FIFA U20 World Cup.

The Black Princesses managed to beat Equatorial Guinea 4-3 on penalties to qualify to their third successive World Cup in Canada after the two legged ties ended 1-1.

Chief Executive of the Accra-based travel agency, Samson Deen, said the donation was in fulfillment of a promise his outfit made to the side ahead of the game and urged the team to work harder to attain laurels at the global stage.

“Canada is a land of opportunities, if you work hard and perform well, you stand the chance of securing scholarship from the various educational institutions in the country,” Deen said

“You must improve upon what your colleagues did at the last championship by winning the trophy, and this will also open ways for you in future.”

The Travel and Tours Company also donated a 42inch LED Television to the team for their camping at Ghanaman soccer of excellence at Prampram.

African Origin Travel and Sports Tourism is one of Ghana’s leading travel agency.

READERS COMMENTS

  1. Nana Kofi yakyi says:

    I want to know the cost of the trip to canada women u 20 world cup