By Anye Nde Nsoh
Football Writer kick442.com-Cameroon
Second tier side OFTA of Kribi has agreed pen to paper with Autonomous Port of Kribi PAK-Cameroon. The partnership was signed between The Managing Director of the Autonomous Port of Kribi, Patrice Melom and the club represented by President Sillas Bouele, Thursday December 24th, 2020.
On behalf of the company, Mr Patrice Melom, handed over a check of 10 million FCFA and 60 pairs of shoes to the President of OFTA Mr Sillas Bouele, for the forth coming football season.
Reacting while handing the gift, Mr Melom explain that the deal is a win-win for both parties.
“It’s a win-win partnership, which will grow over time, we are a corporate citizen, whose non-negligible social component consists of supporting initiatives that can bring us closer to the people and this partnership is part of this framework. ”
While receiving the gift, President Sillas made it clear that PAK has been supportive to the club for about three years now, so this is an opportunity to officially become a partner
“The port has been supporting us for 3 years now, from the interpools stage, to our elite two. We are very happy to formalize this great support, which has accompanied us as I have said for three years today.”
As a result of the deal, the effigy of the port os represented on the main face of the Club jersey.
This is not the first deal the management of the young elite two side is penning. This comes after that of the CEO of the Finex voyage group, the signing with an official equipment supplier and the support of the town hall. While waiting for the official resumption of the championship, the club can now focus calmly on its preparations in order to achieve this time the much desired objective, namely, the rise in the first division.
This matured contract comes as a result of a long term negotiation process between both parties for a better future.
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