By Angu Lesley
Football Writer, kick442.com-Cameroon
Cameroon Elite Two outfit OFTA of Kribi have penned a new kitting deal with Belgian fabrics firm FURA.
The partnership was brought before the public on Thursday in Kribi during an event attended by representatives of both institutions plus other invited institutions including the local and international media.
The Belgian firm have penned a three-year deal from the upcoming season and are expected to fully dress the Club’s personel plus provide auxiliary equipments like balls and bags for the life span of the relationship.
“We have engaged with OFTA because their project entices us. That’s why we are joining them in achieving that,” Carlot Munday, FURA’s representative in Africa stated.
Fura kits Clubs in DR Congo, Angola, Niger, Rwanda, Ivory Coast and most-recently signed a deal to kit Cameroon’s most successful Club Cotonsport of Garoua.
It is certainly a new era in the life of OFTA of Kribi whose marketing team lead by the celebrated Franck Ghislain are stopping at nothing in the move to implement the OFTA project.
President Silas Elvis Bouelle expressed his satisfaction about the deal and stated it could be a springboard to push the Club to the top-flight Championship within the shortest time.
“I am very satisfied because this improves our visibility. I am sure it is the first time in our country. It is an honor. This is going to boast us to work on achieving promotion to the top-flight Championship,” the president explained.
OFTA is widely considered as the most active Cameroon Club in the marketing front.
The boys from the Tourism town, Kribi, are preparing for their third season in the Cameroon Elite Two championship expected to resume next month after an over six months Corona Virus pandemic and internal squabbles imposed break.
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