The qualified schools are Bepong Methodist Primary (Eastern Region), Ashaiman No. 5 Primary (Greater Accra) Redeem Methodist Primary (Volta Region) St. Monica Anglican Primary (Central Region), Dankwakrom (Western Region), Hwedien (Ashanti Region), St. Theresa (BrongAhafo), Bagabaga Primary, Finsi R/C Primary (Upper West) and Mother Theresa Primary (Upper East).
Madam Osiyeni further reiterated the importance Nestle Ghana Limited attaches to grass root sports and games development in the country and why they are proud to support it. She said “The importance of sports and games in school encompasses more than just the benefit of physical activity.
Increase in self-esteem and mental alertness make school sports and games necessary for every school age child. “In this vein, Nestlé Milo is proud to support the development of young Ghanaian sporting talents and has continued to nurture the growth and development of grassroots sports in Ghana”.
The Milo Champion’s league is aimed at not only teaching the basic rudiments of football skills but also teach them the key life-values learnt from participating in sports like confidence, respect and teamwork required for them to succeed in the ultimate game of life.
From Sammy Heywood Okine