Ghana to get 10 outdoor basketball courts courtesy Ghana Basketball partnership with New York Square LLC

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By Emmanuel Oti Acheampong

Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of New Square LLC, Daniel W. Isaacs, Esq., has announced plans for his outfit to partner with the Ghana Basketball Association to develop basketball in Ghana through infrastructure provision and technical support.

According to Daniel Isaacs, the partnership is a means of advancing socio-economic growth in Africa with focus on gender equality, education, and healthcare and infrastructure development. The partnership will see an assembled team of highly accomplished individuals with decades of experience in sports, entertainment, and business, both from Africa and the United States. He also mentioned that the partnership will help African Youth reach their full potential.

“It is our mission to use sports to provide the structure, support, guidance, and mentorship necessary for Africa’s Youth to reach their full potential and achieve their dreams,” he said. 

The partnership will also see the construction of 10 basketball courts in selected regions, with Tamale being the first. The courts will be constructed by the market leader in portable and hardwood sports systems, Connor Sport Court International. In addition to the court construction, boreholes will be drilled to provide water supplies for communities within the regions.

In a statement, the President of the Ghana Basketball Association, Atto Van-Ess, said the partnership will help in the attainment of goals 3, 4, 5, 8, and 10 of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

“Together, we are focused on developing solutions that benefit Ghana by targeting the UN Sustainable Goal, 4, 5, 8, and 10,” he added.

New York Square LLC, is a private enterprise created to develop partnerships in the fields of sports and entertainment.

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