It's clear that there's a lot of work to be done in sports infrastructure development in Ghana,
however, any institution that comes up with an objective of Improving sports Infrastructure within the forewalls of Ghana, for me always gets my vote.
Karl Tufuor Sports Journalist
Anybody who has Ghana at heart and wants to do the right thing should be encouraged and I'm totally totally 100% behind initiatives and particularly some like Keerapa Active, to make sure that the Sports Infrastructure deficit in Ghana is breached.
Gary Al-SmithSports Journalist
I've been playing on bare field grounds for about 30 years but the pitch is too hard, too rough for us but we do manage to play. I once got badly injured and was home for 2 years whilst recovering. Years ago, I went for trials abroad and I failed because I wasn't accustomed to the their pitch as I normally play on hard bare fields in Ghana. So for the future of our kids, nephews and nieces, I support Keerapa Active's plans to change the face of Ghana football.
David GhansahAmateur Footballer
Sports is a way to promote a nation and build the youth with necessary skills. I think Ghana's quarter-final advancement at the 2010 World Cup brought us more tourism; we have football to thank for that. The starting point of all this is Sports Infrastructure.
The Ghanaian Government is making decent efforts towards building adequate sports infrastructure but its resources are limited. We need private companies like Keerarpa Active to also come on board, to develop Ghana's sports infrastructure.
Samuel Waterberg CEO, People's Pension Trust/Sports Enthusiast