AquaBolg Mineral Water, a leading water producing company in the Upper East Region, has revealed that its mission is to provide a premium indigenous brand of safe drinking water to the people of the region. In an interview with a Bolgatanga-based A1 Radio, the CEO of AquaBolg, Humul Khrusum Tahiru, shared the company’s vision and goals.
According to Madam Tahiru, AquaBolg was founded with the aim of addressing the pressing need for safe drinking water in the region. The company was established to provide a reliable and high-quality source of sachet water to the residents in the Upper East Region, while also creating job opportunities and contributing to the economic development of the region.
Since its inception, AquaBolg has become a trusted brand in the region, providing safe and refreshing drinking water to homes, schools, hospitals, and businesses.
“It all started with a dream to produce quality water. When the idea came to start making water, it was that you would start to produce water and drink your own water. You are not going to start producing water and drinking water produced by others like other people do. We also heard that some people were getting ill because of the water that they were drinking, and sometimes people would jokingly say, this water you are drinking is typhoid water.”
“So that idea was to create a brand that, from the lowest to the highest person in the region, everyone would be absolutely comfortable drinking. So when you are drinking and someone is passing by, you don’t have to hide. Water that you can confidently serve your customers with.”
“It is not just about starting a business. It takes commitment and improving the brand every day. Everyday, new things happen, and so you need to learn from and build upon the mistakes that you make. We can’t say everything we do is 100 percent, but we try as much as possible to minimise risk,” he said.
Through its dedication to providing safe and reliable drinking water, AquaBolg has become an integral part of the local community, and a symbol of hope for a brighter, healthier future.
Source: A1radioonline.com|101.1MHz|Mark Kwasi Ahumah Smith|Ghana