NSA congratulates Charles Amofa on his appointment as MOYS Spokesperson

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Charles Amofa

The Management of the National Sports Authority (NSA) has congratulated Mr. Charles Amofa on his appointment as the Spokesperson of the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports (MOYS).

Mr Amofah had been the NSA’s spokesperson since 2018 following the exit of Fredrika Davis Mensah.

In a statement seen by GNA Sports, the NSA announced that Ms. Rita Odell has been appointed as Ag. Head of Public Relations Unit of NSA.

The statement, signed by NSA Director-General, Professor Peter Twumasi, wished both officers the best of luck in their new positions.

“Please accept the congratulations of the management,” the statement said.

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