Ben Nunoo-Mensah, President of the Ghana Olympic Committee (GOC), says that while he does not want to take credit for himself, he believes he has met the majority of the goals.
Ghanaians, he said, would be the best judges of his performance.
He was quick to add, however, that he believed he had achieved more than 85% of the goals he set for himself before being elected.
The President said the current state of the GOC is far better than the previous, and that can be attributed to the current leadership and its set objectives.
Speaking on Frontline on Rainbow Radio 87.5Fm, Mr. Nunoon-Mensah ”I cannot praise myself. Ghanaians would be the best judges. But when you evaluate the objectives I had, I think and would have wished we had done more than we did, I would say about 85% of what I had focused on doing had been achieved.”
He stated that the GOC had improved the various structures of the GOC, attempted to source tournament funding, and was influential in the funding of our national teams as well as improved performance in international tournaments.
”There’s been a huge improvement in what it was before we took over. We are still working, and we will witness massive improvements before the end of our tenure,” he assured.