Accra, June 12, GNA - Karpowership
Ghana Company Limited as part of its Social Responsibility activities has made
donation to 300 Muslim households in the Tema Manhean Community to celebrate
The donation included food items such as rice, oil, canned fish and beverages.
Presenting the items to the community, Corporate Communications Specialist of Karpowership, Miss Sandra Amarquaye, said the initiative was part of Karpowership’s principle to always support and give back to communities within which it operates.
“We are grateful to Allah for strengthening you all throughout the period of Ramadan. As Karpowership, we have enjoyed a good relationship with you since we began operating in this community. We recognize the importance of this festival and therefore this is our way of commemorating the day with you. We take the opportunity to wish you well in this new season.”
Receiving the items, the Imam of Tema Manhean Central Mosque, Mr. Idrus Shaibu thanked Karpowership for the kind gesture.
He said: “Karpowership has constantly showed support to us since they began operations here and we are grateful. Many families will indeed benefit from the items you have brought.”
Since it began operations in Ghana, the company has engaged in several projects in the Tema Manhean community, such as providing bursary for brilliant but needy students, and adopting and fully furnishing a computer laboratory.
More recently, the company embarked on a clean-up exercise with residents of the Tema Manhean Community.
As a strategic partner, Karpowership is committed to Ghana’s development and will continue providing all Ghanaians with reliable, sustainable, and affordable electricity.
Karpowership is the only owner, operator and builder of the first Powership™ (floating power plant) fleet in the world and plays an active role in medium to long-term investments with more than 2,500 employees.
Currently, Karpowership owns and operates 15 Powerships, with an installed capacity of 2,800 MW and is operational in Gambia, Ghana, Indonesia, Lebanon, Mozambique, Sierra Leone and Sudan.