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Tennis Foundation Ghana President pays Homage to Newly minted Ho Tennis Club

Tennis Foundation Ghana President, Roger Crawford this morning paid homage to the newly elected Executive Officers of the prestigious Ho Tennis Club.

Ho Tennis  Club on Saturday swore in its newly elected club executives who will steer the affairs of the club for the next three years.

Former Volta Regional Rotary Club  President, Mr. Joe Dzamesi was elected the chairman of the club. Mr. Dzamesi is also the founder and owner of the Sonrise High School whose students made it to the quarter finals of the just ended  National Science and Math Quiz.

Other newly elected positions are: Tony Agbozo Vice Chairman, Baffour Darkwa Secretary, Noble Elikem Dartey Financial Secretary, Raymond Coffie Treasurer and Samuel Agana Organizer. Also present was TFG Director of Tennis Operations, Abubakar Yakubu Lea.

Mr. Crawford admonished the newly elected officers to work together at all times. He stressed that there are bound to be disagreements but if the ultimate goal is to make the club better than was handed over to them, then they’ll always find a way to resolve disagreements amicably.

Mr. Crawford further pledged Tennis Foundation Ghana’s support for Ho Tennis Club stating that “our two organizations are aligned making it easier for us to achieve our vision of providing the best People, Places and Programs for the advancement of tennis in Ghana.”

On his part, Chairman Dzamesi hinted that his administration will focus on providing world class facilities in the next three years.

“We thank (Ho tennis club members) for the confidence reposed in us; we are ready to serve you, we won’t take the responsibility for granted. We understand how difficult the tasks are going to be over the next three years, we will meet every single expectation. What we can assure our members is that we will try our very best,’ he said.

Credit: Ghana Tennis

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