By Declan Warrington

Right-to-dream-academyDecember 20 - The Ghana office of Hull Blyth Shipping Company has presented £19,000 ($29,000/€22,000) to four amputees at the Right to Dream Academy in Akosombo to form an elite squad for the London 2012 Paralympic Games.

The four Ghanaian Paralympians – Raphael Nkegbe Botwyo, Alex Mumuni, Anita Fordjour and Charles Narteh – are now attached to the Right to Dream Academy, a football academy, for preparation towards the 2012 Paralympics in London.

The academy is a registered non-profit making charitable organisation and has branches in the United Kingdom, United States, Ghana and Sierra Leone and seeks to support talented, disadvantaged people to become graduates in education and talented footballers.

Caroline Baldwin, the Managing Director of Hull Blyth, said upon presenting the sponsorship that it would help provide the beneficiaries accommodation, support their training, secure equipment and encourage their entry into international competitions.

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