"I will like to assure that you will have a very beneficial relationship with the GFA and I hope that, after the one-year spell, you will be encouraged to continue to deal with the GFA, he said."
Accra, May 13 - Huawei Technologies Limited, a Chinese multinational networking and telecommunications equipment and services company, has been made a new partner of Ghana's senior national football team for the FIFA World Cup in Brazil.

Huawei signed a one-year sponsorship deal with the Ghana Football Association - at the FA headquarters Monday, reports Xinhua.

The agreement, worth $100,000 in cash and products, makes the Chinese company the Information Technology partner of Ghana, who will be embarking on their third successive World Cup in June.

The Chinese IT firm joins an array of sponsors for the Ghanaian national team.

President of the GFA Kwesi Nyantakyi thanked the Chinese firm for partnering with the football association.

I will like to assure that you will have a very beneficial relationship with the GFA and I hope that, after the one-year spell, you will be encouraged to continue to deal with the GFA, he said.

The West African nation have been drawn in Group G of the FIFA World Cup alongside the United States, Germany and Portugal, and will play their opening Group game at the Arena das Dunas in Natal against the United States.


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