Ghana Premier League club Medeama SC will float shares for the general public to purchase soon.
The club’s executive chairman Moses Armah Parker says the team is not for him alone and it is prudent shares are floated for the people of Tarkwa to buy.
“Our Board have done a yeoman’s job and I commend them for that. The team [Medeama] doesn’t belong to me only, so we have begun the necessary process to value the club and float shares so that it will belong to the entire people of Tarkwa,” Parker stated at a club event.
Moses Parker bought Kessben FC in 2011 and renamed it to Medeama FC and the team has been among the dominant force in the Ghana Premier League over the past decade winning two FA Cups and a Ghana Supercup.