Board Chair of ETC Polska, Madam Joyce Owureku Ampem Opoku said the brain behind the donation is to help develop boxing in Ghana and production of more champions.
Lawyer Zwennes said, “We are lost for words about the gesture, we made contact for help but I never anticipated this magnitude of donation.”
Other bodies that benefited are, Catch Them Young (CTY) group, Ghana Boxing Federation and United Boxing Coaches Association of Ghana.
The brand new Boxing assorted items included boxing rings, punching bags, speed balls, medicine balls, gloves, bandage scissors, boxing ring tools, original head gear, rope shackles, corner post protectors, mouth guard, hand wraps, abdominal guards etc.
President of the Ghana Amateur Boxing Federation, (GABF) George Lamptey said the gesture has motivated the Black Bombers who are intensifying their training with a move to Cape Coast to keep them well composed and away from the pressure in Accra.
Rashid Believer of the United Coaches said the donation came at the right time when boxing has resurged and prayed that more will come as the gyms in Accra and the regions are expanding.
Nii Kpakpo Allotei Cofie, a member of the GBA Committees and lover of juvenile boxing noted that the future looks brighter for Ghana Boxing. He appealed to other corporate entities to contribute to the sport as it offers more entertainment than football.