GCB Bank PLC, Ghana’s first and largest indigenous bank, has congratulated the management team, technical and playing body of the Black Stars for qualifying for the FIFA World Cup – Qatar 2022.
The bank is delighted to be part of the institutions that contributed resources towards the team’s preparations, and joins the people of Ghana in sharing the joy and happiness the qualification has brought.
GCB also commended government, state, and private sector institutions, as well as all individuals who played various roles in securing another qualification for Ghana.
This is the fourth time Ghana has qualified for the World Cup, which is one of the most dominant and competitive sporting categories globally, after successful entries in 2006, 2010, and 2014.
The management of the bank also congratulated the Under-20 Women’s Football Team for qualifying for the Women’s World Cup last Sunday.
The Managing Director of the bank, Kofi Adomakoh, an avid sports enthusiast, in a message, urged Ghanaians to continue to channel their energy and goodwill into supporting local and indigenous institutions as well as brands.
“This is a win for Ghana, a win for us all, and can go a long way to boost morale and deepen the commitment we all have to advance the development of Mother Ghana.
“GCB Bank, Ghana’s foremost indigenous bank will continue to play a key role in supporting institutions and brands that carry our flag, tell our story, and thus contribute to reshaping the Ghanaian narrative, not only at home but the world over,” he said.