Black Stars pays courtesy call on Access Bank ahead of world cup qualifiers

The national football team, Ghana Black Stars have paid a courtesy call on Black Stars pays courtesy call on Access Bank ahead of world cup qualifiers ahead of their World Cup Qualifiers slated for Thursday, 6th June 2024.

The visit further cements the bond between Access Bank (Ghana) Plc, the Ghana Football Association (GFA) and the Black Stars.

The team, together with some officials from the GFA met the Managing Director of the bank, Olumide Olatunji; Executive Director of Digital and Retail Banking, Pearl Nkrumah, Group Head of Retail Banking, Matilda Asante-Asiedu; Group Head of Corporate Communication and Brand Management, Oluwaseun Daviid-Akindele.

Addressing the players, Olumide appreciated the team for their dedication in lifting the flag of Ghana high.

“At Access Bank, we do more than banking—we are a catalyst for national growth and pride. Our partnership with the GFA embodies this vision, to advance Africa the best way
we can. The relationship we’ve forged is not just a sponsorship; it’s an investment in Ghana’s spirit, resilience, and future.

“On the pitch, you’re warriors, pushing our flag higher with every match. Off the pitch, you’re ambassadors, showcasing Ghana’s talent to the world. At Access Bank, we pledge
our continued support. Our resources, expertise, and global network are your strength off the pitch. As you step onto the pitch in the World Cup Qualifier game against Mali on
Thursday, we wish you the very best,” he said.

On her part, addressing the Black Stars players, Group Head of Retail Banking, Matilda Asante-Asiedu said “Access Bank presently operates through more than 700 branches
and service outlets in 21 countries, including the United Arab Emirates (UAE), the United Kingdom (UK), and France, and three representative offices in China, India, and Lebanon.

Wherever your football trade takes you across Africa, Europe, Asia, or the Middle East, be assured that Access Bank is your suitable investment partner”.

Speaking on behalf of his team members, Captain of the Black Stars, Thomas Partey thanked Access Bank for the support over the years.

“We’re happy to be here and grateful for your support over the years. We know how important these games are for the national team and the entire country. We’re going to
give off our utmost best and make you all proud”.

Access Bank is the official Banking partner of the Ghana Black Stars and the title sponsor of the Division One League. This underscores the Bank’s commitment to promoting
grassroots sports in Ghana as this is in line with its focus on sports as an institution.

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