Volta Regional Football Association inaugurate league logos to usher in a new season

Volta Adonai Division Two League logo unveiled yesterday Friday 3rd February, 2023

Another success achieved by the Volta Football Association after the launch of its leagues logo on Friday 3rd February, 2023.

In all, five leagues; Volta Adonai Division Two League, Volta FA Cup, Volta Women's League, Volta Juvenile League and Volta Beach Soccer League logos launched and unveiled at the Ho Municipal Assembly Conference Hall.

At the launch, Mr. Daniel Agbogah counted  his joy to this day. As he addresses the gathering, the chairman said the progress of Volta football was still at the beginning level. In his opinion, he indicated that despite the change since taking the mantle in 2019, it was least expected by all for the region to have received huge improvement in the past. Assuring the football fraternity at the launch, the FA according to the chairman, will soon implement the modern football practices at the regional level in the quest to making the region a football model.

"When we took off in 2019, I don't think that we were expecting drastic improvement.  Even though we are still at the beginning stage of what we want to do, we will soon robe in modern practices in our regional football."

It is undeniable fact that, since the Agbogah led administration took over, there has been series of change in Volta Football - the introduction of the Regional FA Cup, consultative meetings with football stakeholders, media press briefing amongst others are but few of his exploits.

The mission as highlighted by the chairman during the inauguration is to make Volta Region home of football. A mantra Mr. Daniel Agbogah has continuously horned to drive home a good course.

Also present at the unveiling was the MCE - Ho Central, Hon. Divine Bosson, the CEO of Adonai Estate Limited, Rev. Dr. Bright Adonai, Mr. Daniel Sarpei the regional director for National Sports Authority Volta and other dignitaries.

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