Last updated: 4 june, 2010 - 14:52 GMT

Football kits: big business in Ghana?

James Kainyiah, Jamkay

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The third stop for the Africa Kicks bus is the coastal town of Takoradi in western Ghana.

This is where Jamkay Enterprise, a small sports clothing manufacturer is based.

They rely on local orders from schools in the area, but also supply the sports strips for some of the big Ghanaian clubs.

When the BBC bus was stuck in traffic, reporter David Whitty escaped and went to meet the owner, James Kainyiah, to find out if the World Cup is making a difference to his business.

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