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Charger Limited makes Corporate Social Responsibility a priority in Upper East Region

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Unlike other businesses that are operating in Ghana, the Upper East Regional Marketing Manager of Charger Limiter, Anafo Edward Abambila says his outfit is investing in the country and the communities through corporate social responsibility activities.

“Others make their profits and they repatriate back to their various countries because most of the companies that patronize their products from the Upper East here are not even Ghanaians. But in our company, we feel that, after we make a profit, we use part of it to sponsor some activities for the people that patronize us. So, in this way, the public will always want to choose us over our competitors”, Mr. Anafo stated.

Charger Limited is the producer of Happy Man Bitters, Happy Man Plus 2 Bitters, and Happy Man Plus 1 products. Charger Limited, through its Founder and President, Dr. Emmanuel Bortey Borketey over the years sponsored the Happy Man Upper East Music Awards, Miss Upper East, and Happy Man Bitters Inter Community Soccer Competition (HAMISOC) in Navrongo.

Again, the company is sponsoring the annual Salah games in the Upper East Region, donated to orphanages, and has supported the police service in Navrongo with motorbikes to combat crime.

While speaking exclusively to A1 Radio, Mr. Anafo said the company has gained the trust of the public because it is investing in the Ghanaian economy and improving lives in society.
“Though we cannot take care of the challenges of the people of the Upper East Region, the little that we can do to make sure that the people are happy, we will do it. It is the reason why people will continue to choose us [Charger Limited products] over other companies. When you do the sales statistics, Upper East Region has been our number area. So, when they pat you on the back, then we have to also do something.”

The Upper East Regional Marketing Manager of Charger made this known when the company supported the Sirigu community in a Health Walk.

Mr. Anafo said the company decided to partner in the health walk because “as Charger Limited, we always try to make sure that our consumers will take their care seriously. That is why we are sponsoring programs like the HAMISOC, and Salah games so that the people can be healthy and patronize our products.”

Source: A1radioonline|101.1Mhz|Joshua Asaah|Sirigu|Ghana

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