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Entertainment of Sunday, 5 June 2011

Source: Kofi Owusu Aduonum

NVA Group Storms Ghana

UK-based business heavyweights NVA Entertainment Group are in the country to study, particularly the sports business terrain in its quest to provide a suitable platform for Ghanaian sportsmen and women.

And after a careful research on the local front, the works of African Origin Travel and Sports Tourism, one of the country’s dynamic travel and tour companies attracted the attention of NVA.

Consequently, NVA and the African Origin Travel and Sports Tourism Company have struck a business acquaintance intended to provide a conducive platform for Ghanaian sportsmen.

At a brief partnership meeting at the Offices of African Origin Travels in Osu in Accra, the Chief Executive of the african origin travel and sports tourism company, Samson Deen expressed joy about the new ‘marriage’ saying, “I foresee great things and business opportunities for our sportsmen emerging from this relationship. I see it as an honour, and I pledge to esteem loyalty in this partnership.” Led by Chris Nathaniel, NVA management is a bespoke management company that represents and consults for sporting, music, film and fashion talents.

They specialize in representing young talent with the emphasis on brand building and lifestyle.

And having performed creditably, especially in the UK, giant clubs like Manchester United and Chelsea have associated itself with NVA, and as a result managed its top players like Rio Ferdinand and John Terry.

Currently, NVA pursuing the exploits of ex-Real Madrid youngster Daniel Opare, and indications are that the former have drawn a comprehensive program to manage the Ghanaian defender.

Opare is currently liked with top notch premier league clubs “We are young Ghanaians striving for nothing but excellence in the UK. We are doing well, and having monitored the exploits of Opare, we have succeeded in bringing him on board as one of our numerous clients,” Chris said in an exclusive interview at Osu in Accra.