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“The Kpobiman project will have an 80-room hotel and a 6,000 capacity mini stadium when completed” – Hearts of Oak board chairman Togbe Afede

“The Kpobiman project will have an 80-room hotel and a 6,000 capacity mini stadium when completed” – Hearts of Oak board chairman Togbe Afede

During the club’s 6th Annual General Meeting in Accra, Togbe Afede XIV, Chairman of Hearts of Oak, provides a comprehensive overview of the ongoing Kpobiman infrastructure project.

Afede reveals significant advancements in the construction, noting that the first phase of the Hearts Africa Sports Academy is nearing completion, with approximately 80% of the project accomplished.

He elaborates on the components of this initial phase, which include executive apartments, dormitories, administrative and classroom blocks, kitchen and dining facilities, gymnasium, laundry services, changing and shower blocks, as well as sports fields for football, tennis, basketball, and volleyball.

Additionally, he discloses that over GH₵22 million has been invested in the project as of the end of 2023.

“The first phase is about 80% complete.

Among others, this first phase of the Hearts Africa Sports Academy comprises the following: executive apartments, dormitories; administrative, classroom blocks; kitchen and dining block; gym, laundry and changing/shower blocks; four (4) football pitches; tennis, basketball and volleyball courts.

More than GH 22 million has been invested as at the end of 2023.” – Board Chairman Togbe Afede XIV.

Looking forward, Afede outlines plans for the second phase of development, scheduled to commence this year.

This phase will introduce an 80-room hotel, supplementary changing and shower facilities, and the completion of stands to finalize the 5,000 – 6,000 capacity mini stadium at Kpobiman.

“The second phase, which we plan to commence this year, will see the addition of an 80-room hotel, additional changing/shower facilities, and the provision of stands to complete the 5,000 – 6,000 capacity mini stadium at Kpobiman,” he added.

Source: ghanasportscenter.com

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