Kumasi based lower division side Citi Football Academy have officially changed to Voques Football Academy Ghana following a successful and fruitful discussion with partners Voques International.

The meeting which was held on Thursday saw the two parties reached agreement on the change of the club’s name and also strike a partnership deal henceforth.

Voques International were led by Vijay Badri and Rashadino Salu whiles Citi Football Academy were fully represented by Sadat Anwar, Awudu Abubakar and Inusah Mohammed.

Among the things discussed was the current state of the club  and the needed measures on how to uplift and project the image of the club.

The two parties also used the meeting to strengthen their partnership as they look forward in working together in the years to come.

“The focus and aim of the club remains unchanged. Our focus is to nature talent and give them a great future.

“We are on course and very soon the world will hear about Voques Football Academy Ghana,” Sadat Anwar told FootballMadeInGhana.com