2020 Tokyo Olympics: Ghana’s Ambassador To Japan, Frank Okyere Chairs Zoom Meeting With Team Ghana

Ghana’s Ambassador to Japan, H.E. Frank Okyere on Saturday, July 24 2021 chaired a Zoom Conference with Ghana’s contingent in Japan for the Tokyo Olympic Games as part of the regular assessment of the team.

The meeting, which saw all the fourteen (14) athletes in attendance were also to ensure that all the laid covid-19 protocols by the IOC and the Japanese government are observed strictly by every Ghanaian at the Games.

Also in attendance were the head of Government Delegation at the Tokyo Olympics and Director General of National Sports Authority (NSA), Prof Peter Twumasi, Secretary-General of GOC, Mr. Mohammed Shanoon, Chef De Mission of the Ghanaian contingent, Mr Michael Aggrey, and all the coaches and athletes of Team Ghana. 

After the presentation of the general reports in camp by the Chef De Mission, a message from the leader of the Government Delegation Prof Peter Twumasi was delivered to thank the Mission in Japan for their dedicated service. 

On his part, Ambassador Frank Okyere once again hailed Team Ghana for the splendid display of Ghanaian culture during Friday’s opening ceremony which has won admiration across the globe. 

He reiterated the Embassy’s unflinching support of the team to ensure that Ghana triumphs in the competitions. Leaders of the athletes, coaches, and medical team also made various presentations to conclude the successful meeting.

Series of such meetings will be held as part of Ghana’s regular assessment of the team.