Ghanaian Tycoon Prince Tetteh Nears Victory in Bid for Spanish Club Dominance
In a blockbuster move, Ghanaian businessman Prince Tetteh is tantalizingly close to clinching a commanding 60% stake in Spain’s third-tier club, Ourense CF.
Tetteh, also the Ghana Consul to Guinea-Bissau, is masterfully steering negotiations with the aid of a powerhouse advisory team, featuring none other than former Real Madrid player Antonio Núñez Tena.
Should the stars align and the ink dry, Tetteh’s empire, including the influential Pribet Group conglomerate, will wield unprecedented control over the Galician club.
During his recent Spanish sojourn, Tetteh received a red-carpet welcome from Ourense President Camilo Díaz, who graciously led the businessman on an exclusive tour of the club’s top-notch facilities.
The Mayor of Ourense, Gonzalo Pérez Jácome, also joined the chorus of praise for the potentially game-changing partnership.
In a gesture of appreciation, Tetteh snagged prestigious club awards, a symbolic testament to the community’s high regard for the ambitious businessman. To further fortify Ourense’s future, Tetteh sought the counsel of former Deportivo La Coruña President Augusto César Lendoiro.
At the youthful age of 42, Tetteh has orchestrated Pribet Group’s expansive footprint across Europe and Africa, delving into construction, energy, agriculture, and ICT sectors.
Notably, his company serves as the local linchpin for Turkish powerhouse Karpower, illuminating Guinea-Bissau with nationwide electricity.
This potential acquisition is more than a business move for Tetteh; it underscores his visionary goal of amplifying opportunities for African footballers on the European stage.
His passion for diplomacy, evident in his appointment as Consul to Guinea-Bissau by Ghana President Nana Akufo-Addo in 2021, now intertwines with his football ambitions.
Ourense CF, rejuvenated in 2014 from the ashes of CD Ourense, finds itself in the crosshairs of a transformative moment. Nestled in Spain’s third-tier Segunda División B, the club calls the 5,659-capacity Estadio O Couto stadium home.
With Tetteh’s impending arrival, the club braces for an injection of acumen, resources, and a strategic influx of talented Ghanaian and African players.
As the club sits comfortably in second place in their regional group, the anticipated deal could catapult Ourense towards promotion and sustainable long-term success on and off the pitch.
It’s a saga of ambition, influence, and a fresh chapter for football synergy between Ghana and Spain.