Sports News of Wednesday, 5 June 2019
Mr. Lawrence Ofosu-Adjare, aspirant for the Countrywide Chapters Committee (NCC) chairmanship placement of Accra of Oak Sporting Club, has explained, he will establish a “National Chapters Trust”, when offered the nod in the impending NCC elections.
The election is fastened for Saturday, June 22 at the Civil Products and services Auditorium in Accra.
The NCC is the supporters wing of Accra Hearts of Oak.
Talking to the GNA Sports activities, he stated, the National Chapters Belief would be the legally registered company outfit to push and maintain the commercial activities for the Chapters entire body, that would generate continuous movement of income needed to assist the club’s projects.
He claimed “just about every Chapter member shall be registered below the Believe in who would be expected to fork out regular dues and other levies as may well be agreed and the Trust would be managed by Trustees, who would be manufactured up of specialists diligently appointed and independent. This is for accountability and transparency.
The expert Health Administrator extra that, the plan was to capitalise and re-capitalise the club, with funds a great deal required to meet up with the infrastructure and high recurring expenditures associated with running Accra Hearts of Oak declaring “we can help Hearts with the Pobiman Venture or can even get a bus for the Club through fundraising and donations.”
Mr. Ofosu-Adjare, very tipped to get the chairmanship posture claimed he would build an business office for functions and bridged the gap among administration and supporters with regular information and facts circulation.
He stated, he would get the job done with the Administration Board to execute jobs for the supporters, reinforce the guidance foundation of the club and also liaise with sponsors to foster greater connection.
Mr. Ofosu-Adjare, now the 1st Vice Chairman of NCC, is concentrating on 100 out of the 170 Chapters, with each and every Chapter reserving a possible GHC150.00 minimal need of 100 shares to consider up 30% fairness in the club.