Majority Shareholder of Accra Hearts of Oak, Togbe Afede XIV has confirmed the commencement date for the club’s Pobiman Project.

Works on the infrastructural project that is set to encompass training pitches, staff residence, gym, swimming pool, and other facilities will commence next week according to Togbe Afede, who is also the Board Chairman of the club.

He made the disclosure during an interview on GTV Sports+ and expressed the belief that the Pobiman Project will help the club’s success agenda.

“To become successful technically, we need infrastructures and that’s where Pobiman Academy Project comes in. We have done everything that we need to do for the Pobiman Academy Project to start,” Togbe Afede told GTV Sports+.

“Works at the Pobiman Academy Project will commence next week. We will start digging the ground next week. We have signed a contract with a Turkish company, Prefabex to build the structures for the Pobiman project.

“Prefabex are building the structures in Turkey and a local contractor has been tasked for the foundation under the Turkish company’s supervision,” he concluded.

According to Togbe Afede, the Pobiman project when ready will be available for use by Ghana’s senior national football team, The Black Stars for training purposes.