Nine trainees of the Right to Dream Academy visited British Prime Minister David Cameron at Number 10 Downing Street on Tuesday.
Cameron held discussions with some budding stars in the cabinet office that covered areas like development issues in Africa, European politics and football.
“Our boys did very well and spoke with real confidence and intelligence,” Tom Venon, founder and CEO of Right to Dream Academy told MTNFootball.com.
”Trips like this are a key part of our bigger vision at Right to Dream to create educated footballers who have a better understanding of their position as role models to the African continent.”
Based in Akosombo in the Eastern Region of Ghana, Right to Dream has produced talents like Ghana midfielder Mohammed Abu and prolific striker Abdul Majeed Warris who plays for Hacken in the Swedish top-flight.