Denk Pharma Ghana has honored Ghanaian boxer, Samuel Takyi, for his exploits at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
Takyi won Ghana’s only medal at the multi-sport event, picking up bronze in the men’s featherweight category to end the country’s 29-year wait for an Olympic medal.
Denk Pharma presented him with a $1000.00 personalized gift package.
Samuel Takyi won a bronze medal in the men’s featherweight division at the 2020 summer Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan. This was Ghana’s first Olympic medal in any sport since the Barcelona Olympic Games in 1992.
The Country Manager of Denk Pharma Ghana, Naa Okailey Adamafio-Manteau, presented the package which included a pair of retro leather boxing gloves autographed by the legendary Ike “Bazooka” Quartey; selected products from the Denk Nutrition portfolio and a cash donation to the Ghana Boxing Federation.
In her presentation message, she said, “Samuel Takyi’s accomplishment was a matter of immense pride for every Ghanaian and the medal was evidence of Samuel’s hard work, dedication and determination to succeed.
The Olympic Bronze Medalist, on behalf of the Olympic boxing team, thanked Denk Pharma Ghana for the kind gesture.
Also present at the event was the President of the Ghana Amateur Boxing Federation, Mr George Lamptey, Black Bombers head trainer Ofori Asare, Assistant coach Vincent Akai Nettey, team Captain Sulemanu Tetteh and fellow Olympian boxer, Shakul Samed.
About Denk Pharma
DENK PHARMA is a global company founded in Munich, Germany in 1948 with core competence in healthcare. DENK PHARMA has a strong focus on export markets and presently supplies premium medicines and food supplements to over 80 countries around the world.
In Ghana, DENK PHARMA has been providing quality medicines to the Ghanaian populace since 1995.
Our high-quality medicines and food supplements can be found in all pharmacies, hospitals and clinics across the country