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The founder of Pillow Fight Championship, Ghana says his outfit is working very hard to ensure that Ghanaian children are given the opportunity to represent Ghana on the international stage as far as Pillow Fight Championship is concerned.

Speaking with AURELIEN LETURGIE, in an interview on ESPN, Mr. Ola Williams said Ghanaians have generally fallen in love with the sport and have welcomed the Championship in the communities. However, the focus is to develop and promote the sport at the grassroots level.

According to him, a lot more is being done to get more and more children introduced to the sport in order to grow their interest and love for the game. He said there is therefore the need for Governmental and institutional collaboration, particularly with respect to the involvement of the Youth.

AURELIEN LETURGIE, the Executive Producer of NOBO Productions lauded the efforts made by Mr. Ola Williams and his team at Pillow Fight Ghana and hinted that his channel is planning to visit Ghana to do a documentary as well as stage a Pillow Fight Championship later this year in Ghana.

AURELIEN LETURGIE is also the Creator, Executive Producer and Director of Netflix’ series « Gunther’s Millionsip

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