The items included cartons of Rush Energy Drinks, boxes of Verna Mineral Water and boxes of Rasta Malt Choco and others.
Assistant Marketing Manager of Trillium Industries Limited Emelia Gyasi mentioned that, “We see this as an opportune time to support our own to annex none other title than the World title, something that has eluded Ghana for many years.
“We at Trillium believe our products have the right ingredient to boost Tagoe’s energy and moral to lift the World title tonight. It is just a token but I believe it will go a long way to clinch the title for Ghana.”
Game Boy expressed profuse thanks to the donors for the support saying, “I have done my part by way of training, but I think this will urge me on to go the extra mile.
“I have promised Ghanaians the fight will not go beyond the third round because I take Rush Energy drink and it has really re-energized me, I hope to translate it to my game tonight.
“If it travels beyond the three rounds, then you will have to weep for my opponent because he would have to endure all the punches, I won’t let Rush down.”
Tagoe takes on his South African opponent Mzonke Fana in their vacant IBF Lightweight title at the Trust Sports Emporium (Bukom Arena) tonight.