Six amputee football players of RICHOF Foundation and Amputee Football Team have been elected to the National Amputee Football Team-the Black Challenge.

They are Mubarak Adamu, Fuseini Idi, Eric Frimpong Emmanuel Yemoh, Mohammed Remoe and Sarfo Samson.

This was disclosed by the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Foundation, Richard Ofei, a member and a former captain of the National Amputee Football Team, when he presented fourteen pairs of crutches and footballs to members of the foundation at a ceremony in Accra over the weekend.

An aspiring member of Parliament for the Ablekuma West Constituency, Mrs. Diana Adwoa Twum who graced the occasion, also donated GH?100.00 to the Foundation with financial assistance of? GH?2,500.00 from WEINCO Gh Ltd,-manufactures of agric and pests control products.

The National Amputee Football Team ? the Black Challenge became the first African country to win the first ever African Cup of Nations for Amputees Organized by the Confederation of African Football (CAF) in Sierra Leone in 2007 and also the first and only African Amputee Team to reach the quarter final of the FIFA Amputee World Cup hosted in Argentina in 2010.

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