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DBJ receives an honouree at Ghana’s 25 Under 25 awards


DBJ receives an honouree at Ghana’s 25 Under 25 awards

DBJ receives an honouree at Ghana’s 25 Under 25 awards


General Manager of Empire Sports Agency, Daniel Boifio Junior, also known as DBJ, has been awarded for his impact on Sports.

According to organizers of the scheme Ghana’s 25 Under 25 awards, the innovative project is set to annually recognize, honour, and document about 100 most achieving young Ghanaians under 27 or less years old within 25 basic building blocks of Ghana’s economy and especially contributing to socio-economic development.

DBJ receiving such honour themed: Honouring the tycoons of tomorrow, says he is more challenged to achieve more at his young age to inspire more younger people and also impact their lives on the field of sports.

He said, “it is an honour receiving this award. Being recognized for the work you do shows your hard work is not in vain. And I want to thank the organizers for honouring me with this Award. I feel Blessed. Thank God for everything. To my team, those solidly behind me, Continue with the prayers and God will do the rest.”

According to him, he is dedicating the honouree his sports partners, “Sebastian Arnesen, and Marcel Veerman whose impact in my life have been fruitful”

Due to his hardwork in sports, DBJ recently met with football legend, Frank Arnesen, Sporting director of Feyenoord Rotterdam and a couple of other legendary football personalities in Europe.

The resourceful DBJ, as the first time coach for his school department, computing science student football coach won a football league tournament for the department.

To make a credible impact in the Ghanaian football industry, DBJ has been organizing scouting tournaments for young footballers who aspire to be on the world stage and recently invited FIFA licensed agents, Bernard Collignon and Sebastian Arnesen for the event in Ghana




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