We at BAJ Freight and Logistics Limited, take our Cooperate Social Responsibility very seriously in every way possible. This is because we believe that everyone and thing around us matters and makes us the better or best institution.
In this belief, BAJ Freight and Logistics Limited sponsored the Greater Accra Hockey Association Gala for three years starting from 2013 to 2015. In the year 2017, we have dived in to the tennis sport, remaining the sole sponsor of the Baj Freight Junior Tennis League for a full year and perhaps extend it, maybe in the future.
Baj Freight Junior Tennis League
Sakumono Tennis Club will host the maiden edition of the junior tennis league which took off with over 50 juvenile tennis stars to competitor for various categories of prizes at stake.
The league, dubbed “Baj Freight Junior Tennis League” is organized by leadership of the Sakumono Tennis Club in collaboration with other clubs in the Tema and Ashaimanand and solely sponsored by the Baj Freight and Logistics Ltd based in Tema.
The participants, are selected based on their performances at their various clubs and will be divided into 5 categories – Under-8, U-10, U-12, U-14 and U-16 to play in a round robin after which players who accumulate more points will be declared winners.
According to the Chairman of the Organising Committee, Mr Kojo Stephens, the remaining league matches, after ……. will be played once in a month on every second Saturday till the end of the year.
The main objective of the league is to promote education and health through sports as well as to unearth talents in children around the Sakumono, Tema and Ashaiman areas.
“The Youth Tennis League intends to revive the juvenile tennis activities that once produced champions like Henry Adjei Darko, Michael Nortey, salifu Mohammed and others who marketed Ghana beyond the shores of this country” he said.
Winners from the various categories will have their school fees catered for and will receive sponsorship to participate in other tennis tournaments while all participants will take home medals and tennis items.