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Aksa Strength donates GH¢2.5 million to help Ghana’s Covid-19 battle

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Aksa Strength, a Turkey-dependent Independent Ability Producer (IPP) working in five international locations across two continents, has donated GH¢2.5 million to the Covid-19 Believe in Fund.

The presentation of the donation took area at a ceremony held on Monday, April 6, 2020, at the Jubilee Residence, the Seat of Federal government.

The cheque for GH¢2.5 million was introduced to the Chief of Personnel, Akosua Frema Osei-Opare, on behalf of the Federal government and the persons of Ghana, gained the donation offered by Aksa Energy‘s West Africa Coordination Director, Murat Captug.

He was accompanied by the Turkish Ambassador to Ghana, Ozlem Gulsun Ergun Ulueren.

Murat Captug in his deal with reported: “As a global company functioning in five international locations across two continents, we are dedicated to growing the welfare and the good quality of life of area communities in the regions exactly where we work, both equally by assembly their urgent need for electric power and by social support programmes.”

“Today, the whole globe is battling with Covid-19. As Aksa Power Ghana, we are knowledgeable of our duties to Ghana and hence, we are quite delighted to make a donation to the fund to assistance the Ghanaian federal government in its struggle towards Covid-19.

“We hope lifestyle returns to regular for the whole planet shortly. Aksa Power will continue to do the job, create and develop a better future alongside one another with Ghanaians,” Murat extra.



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