The women’s premier league hopeful Tamale Super Ladies has appointed Jamal Abu Mohammed the club new CEO.
Jamal Abu Mohammed currently works as a Deputy Manager Consumer and Corporate Affairs of the National Communications Authority. He has over ten years experience in the Communications industry. He hold a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Integrated Development Studies. In addition he is a Post First Degree LLB student at the Mount Crest University College.
Jamal Abu Mohammed is emotionally stable and exercises a great deal of initiative and independent judgment. He functions very easily with peers and superiors, has a high sense of integrity and great regard for established authority.
He has also shown a great deal of intellectual promise as manifested in his desire to write up technical reports and make presentations at workshops.
He is currently the acting President of the Old Students association of his alma mater Adventist Senior High school.
In the football fraternity, he is a football administrator and the secretary to Real Republicans Football Club, a Juvenile and a Division Two club based in Tamale. He was actively part of the management that led Real Republicans to win gold medal in National under 17 championship in Bolgatanga.
Jamal Abu Mohammed is expected to bring to bear his experience in building the club and making the dream of qualifying to premier league a reality.
Jamal Abu Mohammed took over from Chairman Ganiu who is currently serving other important roles in football development in Ghana.