Deen Sure Of APC Victory

Samson Deen 

A leading contender for the upcoming African Paralympic Committee (APC) Presidential Elections, Samson Deen, is confident of victory.

“I have done a lot for para sports and I am certain to emerge victorious at the upcoming election,” Deen, who sounded very confident, stated.

The polls is scheduled for October 31 in Rabat, Morocco, and reports monitored by the DAILY GUIDE SPORTS said Deen is cruising to victory.

Deen, who is the sitting President of the National Paralympic Committee of Ghana (NPC-Ghana), is said to have campaigned vigorously.

According to reports from all over the African continent, Deen’s campaign message seemed superior and realistic as compared to that of his opponents.

For instance, Deen’s famous ‘Walk In My Shoe’ initiative, which has already gained roots in his country (Ghana), has been welcomed all over the continent.

Deen has stated that “the Walk In My Shoe initiative is part of efforts to promote para sports in Africa and also bring dignity for people with disabilities.

“The Walk In My Shoe initiative by NPC-Ghana is also aimed at challenging non-disabled persons to compete in an expo-para event with para athletes.

“This is an African movement that is publicly campaigning for disability visibility, inclusion, and accessibility through paralympic sports,” Deen pointed out.

Still on the ‘Walk In My Shoe’, he said “it is one of my objectives immediately I am voted as the next APC President in the forthcoming elections.”

He explained that the initiative would serve as the platform to engage stakeholders to embrace para sports and put in efforts to promote its growth over the next decade.

FROM  I.F.Joe Awuah Jnr.,Kumasi