GNPC’s Sustained Support for Sports Commended by Sports Minister

The 11th edition of the GNPC Ghana's Fastest Human Competition, held at the University of Ghana Sports Stadium, received high praise from the Minister of Youth and Sports, Hon. Mustapha Ussif.  

The Minister commended the organizers for their unwavering dedication to the event, specifically highlighting GNPC's long-standing support. "It's not easy to sustain support for an event over such a long period," remarked the Youth and Sports Minister. "GNPC deserves to be celebrated for their commitment."

The Minister also acknowledged GNPC's significant contributions to sports development in Ghana through investments across various disciplines. He encouraged other corporate entities to follow GNPC's lead by adopting and supporting sports federations.

The GNPC Ghana's Fastest Human Competition has consistently provided a platform for young athletes to showcase their talents and emerge as national stars.  The competition has produced notable figures such as Benjamin Azamati, Joe Paul Amoah, Janet Mensah, Hor Halutie, Ghana Olympian Sarfo Ansah, and the newly crowned fastest man and woman, Edwin Gadayi and Mary Boakye. These athletes continue to shine on both national and international stages.

GNPC's continued support for the competition underscores its commitment to youth development and sporting excellence in Ghana, setting a benchmark for corporate involvement.