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Profile Of Kwasi Osei Ofori – Member Of The Newly-Formed Asante Kotoko Board

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Mr Kwasi Osei Ofori is one of the new Board of Directors who has been appointed by his Royal Majesty Otumfour Osei Tutu II to give a new direction to Asante Kotoko.

The new Board of Directors have been tasked to rebuild the Asante Kotoko brand both on the sporting field and as a self-sustaining economic entity able ultimately to reclaim its pre-eminent position among the elite clubs of Africa.

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WHO IS MR. KWASI OSEI OFORI?

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Mr Kwasi Osei Ofori is a renowned business tycoon who is the Board Chairman of Erdmark Group and Chief Executive Officer of Rocksure International.

The experienced businessman has over 30 years extensive practical involvement in the construction, mining and equipment rental business both in West Africa and Europe.

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He has developed a very strong world-wide network of heavy equipment suppliers, operators, financiers and a wide range of mining professionals.

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Mr Kwasi Osei Ofori has also developed considerable negotiating skills with which the Corporate interest gas been promoted in Governmental, NGO, community and other stakeholder circles.

These contacts have provided deep insights and driven his vision and overall leadership role in the company.

Due to Mr Kwasi Osei Ofori’s illustrious business acumen, Rocksure International has been able to secure several commercial operations and mining contract projects in Mali, Mauritania and other African countries. He is undoubtedly an asset to the company.

Mrs Akosua Frema Osei Opare (right), Chief of Staff receiving a cheque for $50,000 from Mr Kwesi Ofori (left), Managing Director, Rocksure, and a member of the delegation

Mr Kwasi Osei Ofori’s business firm Rocksure International, wholly a Ghanaian owned mining company, recently donated $50,000 to the Ghana’s COVID-19 Trust Fund to support its activities.

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