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Proceeds from 2022 FIFA World Cup to go into construction of 40-bed accommodation at Prampram – Kurt Okraku

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The President of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), Kurt Okraku, has announced plans to upgrade the Ghanaman Centre of Excellence at Prampram, including the construction of a 40-bed accommodation facility, a gymnasium, a swimming pool, and a medical center.

The project is part of an effort to bring the centre up to international standards, with construction set to begin this year, according to the FA president.

“We have the clearance to invest in a 40-bed accommodation in Prampram. Construction will start soon and it will include a modern-day gymnasium, a swimming pool, and a medical center to service our footballers and athletes who use our Prampram Technical Center,” said Kurt Okraku during a press meeting with the GFA last Wednesday.

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The Ghana FA has revealed that the project will be funded by proceeds from Ghana’s participation in the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 tournament. The aim is to enhance the center’s infrastructure to accommodate national teams and provide adequate facilities for training and camping.

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Fiifi Anaman
Fiifi Anamanhttp://ighanaian.com/journalist/fiifianaman
Fiifi Anaman is an award-winning Ghanaian writer, broadcaster and author of The Black Star - Autobiography of C.K. Gyamfi. Although versatile, he specializes in football writing.
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