Dr. Daniel McKorley has said to support and expand sports activities in Ada.
Ghanaian business magnate, founder, and chief executive officer of McDan Group of Companies, Dr. Daniel Mckorley has shared his passion for sports and how he invested in sustainable sports projects and activities that deliver wider social benefits.
We have all seen the power that sports have in changing lives and communities. This is why, Dr. Daniel Mckorley, in his own small way, tried to invest in sustainable sports projects and activities that deliver wider social benefits; be it to drive better health outcomes, combat social crimes, build bridges between communities, or tackle social inequalities.
This is the reason why he was excited to see the 2021 edition of the McDan Ada Youth Tournament, held at the McDan La Town Park, which saw Adjumanikope beat Tamatoku 6-5 on penalties to earn the bragging right as the champions of Ada.
Gracing the occasion as special Guests of Honour were Dr. Daniel McKorley and former Black Stars captain, Stephen Appiah as well as ex-Black Stars players, Augustine Arhinful and Laryea Kingston.
He believed that by removing existing barriers to sport and activity, we can all be part of a bigger picture of work that helps to address many of society’s biggest challenges, especially as some of the participating teams were from Sege, Tamatoku, Big-Ada, Ada Foah, Goi, Kasseh, Toflokpo, Nakomkope, and Adjumanikope.
“More than ever before, everyone at Electrochem Ghana Limited will be investing in and thinking creatively about ways to support and expand activities in Ada so sports is no longer merely about how many people take part, but rather how sport can have a meaningful and measurable impact on improving people’s lives in the community,” he said.