The Deputy Minister for Formative years, Sports activities, and Tradition, Hon. Perry Okudzeto has showed that sports activities isn’t a part of the federal government’s stimulus package deal for Small and Medium Scale Enterprises (SMEs).
The federal government has determined to offer reinforce to SMEs within the nation amidst the Coronavirus (Covid-19) disaster and has put aside a thousand million Cedis to provide that cushioning.
With soccer additionally vastly suffering from the Covid-19 illness, the soccer circle led by way of the Ghana Soccer Affiliation (GFA) has been pleading with the federal government to lend a serving to hand.
Chatting with Pleasure Information lately, Perry Okudzeto has sadly printed that the soccer group isn’t incorporated within the executive stimulus package deal.
He defined, “The stimulus package deal we all know is for small scale and medium scale companies, SMEs. Soccer or sports activities isn’t incorporated within the package deal as we talk however discussions are ongoing”.
In the meantime, he has indicated that the federal government is thinking about proposals [one from the Ghana FA] and can decide on them very quickly.
“We have now won proposals from quite a lot of federations at the state and any such their federations and any such lend a hand they will require going ahead.
“We’re bearing in mind the proposals and on the suitable time when a choice is taken on what reinforce will move to explicit federations the ones bulletins shall be made”, the Deputy Sports activities Minister mentioned.