The Deputy Minister of Youth and Sports, Hon. Curtis Perry Okudzeto has today visited the Madina Park which is still under construction.

As part of an inspection tour to familiarize himself with the progress of work.

According to the Deputy Minister, the amongst other things the pitch meets FIFA Standards, a very positive sign for talent and skills development.

The multipurpose Astro Turf facility which is being constructed by the Ministry of Inner-City & Zongo Development with technical assistance from the Ministry of Youth and Sports has a FIFA size pitch, 3 stands and VIP, two changing rooms, a small pitch for children, a basketball court, and a multipurpose court.

By: Clement Osei Aboagye

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