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McDan West Africa Open Tennis Tournament


It was a super fun filled day for the West African countries who were present at the McDan West Africa Open Tennis Tournament finale. The event saw the gathering of the finest tennis players dish out their very best at the Accra Stadium.



Present at the grand finale with a crowd of over 3,000 were the Minister of Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation -Hon Mahama Ayariga; , CEO West Blue Consulting -Valentina Mintah, Chairman of McDan- Dr. Dan Mckorley, Mr Ali Ajami, Director of Twellium Industries and a host of highly respected dignitaries.



The Grand Finale saw the likes of Michael Moses from Nigeria and Wisdom Na-Adjrago from Ghana in the male category. While the female category had the likes of Sarah Adegoke from Nigeria  and Kate Coleman from Ghana .Trophies were presented to the winners of the day by the Minister of Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation - Hon Mahama Ayariga; CEO of McDan - Dr. Dan Mckorley, CEO West Blue consulting -Valentina Mintah and CEO Mustard Architecture; Alice Asafu Adjaye.



West Blue Consulting was part of the headline sponsors for the event and in a chat with their Marketing and Communications Officer Chantel Appiah, they were certainly proud to be associated with a noble event such as this. She explained further that the West Blue’s goal for being part of the event was to empower the youth and build their confidence particularly underprivileged ones.



At West Blue consulting, we are very passionate about young people and opportunities that help them develop.  We have started with our Kayaye Programme that aims at getting young girls off the streets. This initiative ensures that these girls acquire education especially ICT training, get a decent place to lay their heads and acquire the skill sets needed  to embark on this wonderful journey called LIFE.



In the same vein, sports especially tennis is great way to achieve our goal of youth empowerment and development as well as placing Ghana on the international stage . On a personal level, tennis is a wonderful way of keeping fit and staying healthy.



The tournament was tough and fierce with competitors from our sister countries within the sub-region such as Nigeria, Togo, Benin and Cote d’ivoire .The event  created a platform for friendships and further strengthening of relationships amongst the countries.



West blue consulting was thrilled with this event and looks forward to supporting foundations for our youth and nation building.



 




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