Monday, January 3, 2011


The Omanhene of the Dormaa Traditional Area, Osagyefo Oseadeeyo Agyeman Badu II, who is also the Life Patron and bankroller of league champions, Dormaa-based Aduana Stars, says the club is poised to take Africa by storm as it represents Ghana in the CAF Champions League in 2011.
He said the club had proved in its short stay in the domestic top flight that it was a force to reckon with and would exhibit that same character in Africa.
Nana Agyeman Badu II, who said this at an annual get-together of the chiefs and people of Dormaa Traditional Area at Dormaa-Ahenkro to usher in the new year, said Aduana was also poised to retain the Glo Premier League title in the 2010/2011 season.
According to him, teams that had taken the lead in the premiership, especially Bechem Chelsea, also from the Brong Ahafo Region, are good but Aduana was going to assume the top spot in the second round.
He noted that the team used the first round to warm up and now that everything was set, it was poised to reclaim the top spot and go ahead to retain the title.
The Dormaahene called on Ghanaians to support the club as it ventured into Africa so as to bring back the glory associated with Ghanaian teams on the continental front.
The Life Patron of Aduana Stars also appealed for prayers and financial support from all and sundry from the Dormaa State to enable the club to retain the premiership title and also cause a stir in Africa.
Barima Oppong Yaw Ababio, the Gyasehene of Dormaa Traditional Area, earlier in a welcome address thanked all who had supported the club both in prayers and cash.
He reiterated the appeal to all citizens of Dormaa, as well as Ghanaians, to support Aduana Stars spiritually and financially as it prepares to represent the nation in Africa.

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