The organisers of Ghana National Chamber of Commerce Business Awards, has hailed the impact of Charger Limited on Ghana football.

In a recently held awards gala night, the organisers described Charger Limited’s contribution to football as highly commendable, having had the chance to be at the front line of many clubs in Ghana.

A citation that accompanied his awards as the Young Entrepreneur of the Year 2018, and Emerging Brand, read: “… Your contribution to the game of football is commendable, as you had the chance to be a front line sponsor of many of our clubs in Ghana.”

Dr Emmanuel Borketey Bortey, CEO for Charger Limited, producers of Happy Man Bitters

“Your intentions to even takeover the sponsorship of our Premier League is more worthy of mention. No wonder you have been recognised on many platforms due to your good works.

“What was a ‘baby venture’ was soon to attract investors who bought into your vision to help you climb to unprecedented heights,” the citation read in part.

In a related development, CEO for Charger Limited, producers of Happy Man Bitters, Dr Emmanuel Borketey Bortey, has emerged as the Promising CEO of the Year at the Ghana Innovation Awards (GIA).

The multiple award winning CEO of Charger Limited in a post-award interview said: “Certainly, we feel honoured by this recognition, it will urge us on to push harder, I dedicate these awards to our hardworking staff and loyal customers. We will keep pushing to make our brands world class.”