Ghana Premier League champions, Accra Hearts of Oak, have signed a one year partnership agreement with the National Lottery Authority.
Hearts will receive one million Ghana cedis as part of the deal.
The agreement is as part of the National Lottery Authority’s latest product dubbed “Atena”.
Present at the ceremony to sign the deal on behalf of the Phobians was Hearts of Oak board member Vincent Sowah Odotei, while Samuel Awuku, the Director General of the NLA signed on behalf of the NLA.
Speaking at the ceremony, Samuel Awuku was full of outside for Hearts of Oak, and opened up on the delight of his outfit in partnering with the Phobians.
“Hearts of Oak have always distinguished themselves especially when they are in their Rainbow colours, he said.
“Accra Hearts of oak is our landlord and we are excited about this deal and we know that the players’ performance will impact this deal,” he added.
The NLA have now partnered two of the c countries biggest football teams, Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko in the launch of their new product, Atena.