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4th January, 2016
A new supporters’ union was inaugurated at Aboabo No: 3 at the weekend. The ceremony was well attended by personalities such as the Chief of the town, Barima Yeboah Kodie and his Elders, the CEO of the club, Mr. Albert Commey Aryeetey, Deputy public relations, Amo Gyamfi Collins, Welfare Officer Baba Aluta, Supporters chairman and other supporters’ executives. The players were also represented by Godfred Saka, Francis Larbi, Yahaya Mohammed and Noah Martey.

The Aboabo No: 3 Ogya, which has been christened "Ogya 3”, is the first to be inaugurated since the incumbent Chief Executive Officer took charge.

At the ceremony, Mr. Albert Commey Aryeetey encouraged members of the new supporters Union to support the club and called the club theirs as it is believed Aduana originated from the town Aboabo. He further lauded the entire Ogya fraternity for their unflinching support over the years. “We would have been relegated by now, if not for the massive cheers our Supporters gave us in our home match against Medeama two seasons ago. Though it was raining, our well-wishers never ceased to sing the famous Ogya song.

This to me is the power of support in football and I really commend them for that”, Mr. Aryeetey briefed.

He continued to advise them to be truthful in their work, to try and sustain Ogya 3 and increase their number as well as support the club to achieve laurels.

Later during the ceremony, the executives of the Ogya 3 Supporters Union were inducted into office by the Supporters Coordinator, Mr. Skindu. He urged the supporters to contribute financially towards the provision of logistics and other basic needs of their team.

The Chief of the town, Barima Yeboah Kodie also counseled  the supporters to learn to embrace defeats and avoid violent tendencies since football thrives very well in unity, peace and harmony.
“I entreat all supporters to desist from reigning insults on players in times of difficulties. True Supporters do not add to the woes of their players when they need them the most but rather rally behind the team for victory”
He furthered advised the newly born Ogya to pay monthly dues regularly and also be responsible for the upkeep and security of players and officials on and off the field of play.

Skipper, Godfred Saka, spoke on behalf of the player s and appealed to the Supporters to back them with prayers as they get ready to battle for the G6 trophy come 7th of January, 2016. 

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