“There Is No Progress In Disunity,” Volta FA Chairman Tells Football Stakeholders In Keta.

The Chairman of Volta Regional Football Association, Mr. Daniel Agbogah has urged stakeholders in the Keta Municipal Football Association to refrain from disunity, emphasizing that progress in football cannot be achieved in a divided environment.

The Chairman made these remarks when he was addressing football stakeholders at the newly formed Keta Municipal Football Association (KMFA) at Keta on Thursday, June 6, 2024.

Mr. Agbogah said most of the District and Municipal Football Association under the VRFA has started work in their various districts and municipalities hence Keta can also start work to develop football in the municipality.

“All our Districts/ Municipal Football Associations have taken off, Keta can also take off, i am respectfully appealing to all of you to put your hands on deck, and get yourself involved in various areas that you can. Our football can only move forward when we are together, there is no progress in division,” Mr. Agbogah said.

Mr. Agboagah was in the Keta municipality to familiarize with stakeholders and officially introduce an Interim Management Committee (IMC) that will oversee the affairs of Football and Beach Soccer in the municipality.

He encouraged club owners to embrace modern and progressive football trends for the advancement of the game in the Keta and Anloga enclaves.

The Volta FA Chairman stressed the need for stakeholders to prioritize the business aspect of football and highlighted its potential to contribute to the municipality’s growth.

“I am throwing a challenge to all of us here that we should all get involved to develop and improve football in the Keta Municipality,” Mr. Agbogah said.

The IMC is under the leadership of Reverend Wisdom Sadick Edziah who was sworn into office a few months ago in Sogakofe, he will work together with Mr. Kordowu, Daniel Kuvor, Innocent Kumensah, and Ruben Dzidodo Adjahoe.

He also took time to answer a few questions from stakeholders and commended Reverend Edziah for kickstarting the Catch Them Young refereeing policy in the municipality. He said “They are the future of professional referees in Ghana”


Ruben Dzidodo Adjahoe, the chairman of the Beach Soccer Committee, addressed a few challenges in the maiden Regional Beach Soccer League which is on recess.

Stakeholders have agreed to continue the second round as a curtain raiser to the National Beach Soccer League.

The stakeholders representing football and beach soccer teams like Keta Youth FC, Sunset Sports, Tegbi United, and Blekusu Beach Soccer Club were excited about the visit of the chairman.

They appealed that he visit frequently and help facilitate constant refresher courses in areas of professionalism and the laws of the game.

The Chairman took advantage of his visit to game centers in the Southern Sectors A and B, the Sosec and WAFA parks where the regional Sub-middle league was underway.


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