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GTS Drilling and Partners Rally Behind Ghanaian Excellence Through Azumah Nelson’s ZoomZoom Clinics

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 In a resounding commitment to nurture Ghanaian talent and instil vital life skills such as discipline, teamwork, and resilience, GTS Drilling has forged a powerful alliance with boxing icon Azumah Nelson to bolster the nationwide implementation of the ZoomZoom Clinics.
As a catalyst for youth empowerment, this initiative highlights the collective support of diverse stakeholders in Ghana’s sporting and educational landscapes. ‘At GTS Drilling, we are deeply invested in supporting Ghanaian excellence,’ affirmed Mr. Iddi Baah-Kurey, Human Resources Manager at GTS Drilling. ‘Our partnership with Azumah Nelson on the ZoomZoom Clinics reflects our dedication to fostering talent and empowering young Ghanaians with the skills they need to succeed.
 “Our collaboration with Azumah Nelson exemplifies our belief in local talent and the power of grassroots initiatives,” added Mr. Baah-Kurey. “At GTS Drilling, we see firsthand the potential of young Ghanaians, and we are proud to play a role in their journey towards excellence.” The partnership between GTS Drilling and Azumah Nelson’s ZoomZoom Clinics underscores the collective commitment to advancing Ghanaian excellence.
With robust support from sponsors and stakeholders, this initiative stands poised to elevate athletic prowess and personal development among Ghana’s youth, paving the way for a brighter future. Our commitment to this cause is unwavering, and we are confident in its success. This assurance should instil confidence in the stakeholders about the initiative’s success. The initiative’s launch event drew accolades from critical figures across various sectors, underscoring its transformative potential to shape a generation of resilient leaders and role models. This potential is a beacon of hope for the future of Ghana’s youth. “The ZoomZoom Clinics are more than just a boxing program,” emphasised Azumah Nelson.
“They are a gateway for our youth to develop essential life skills such as discipline, teamwork, and resilience, which are critical for their personal and professional growth.” Honourable Mustapha Ussif, Minister of Youth and Sports, commended the initiative for its holistic approach to youth development. “By supporting initiatives like the ZoomZoom Clinics, we are investing in Ghana’s future leaders and champions,” he affirmed. “I applaud Azumah Nelson and our corporate partners for their unwavering commitment to uplifting our youth.”
Ashley Morrison, author of “The Professor” a biography of Azumah’s boxing career, shared his thoughts on the clinics, “It’s exciting to see what the next chapter of life brings for Azumah. It’s no surprise that his strong sense of community has driven him to give back and enrich the lives of those who aspire to be like him”.

The event also celebrated the robust support of corporate sponsors who have rallied behind the ZoomZoom Clinics, including GCB Bank PLC, Ghana Education Service, Ghana Boxing Federation, and the Ministry of Youth and Sports. These partnerships are pivotal in ensuring the clinics reach underserved communities across Ghana, starting with Tamale, Takoradi, Kumasi, and Accra.