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Farmers Day Celebration: Cardinal Namdini supports 4 assemblies with items worth Ghc110, 000

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Cardinal Namdini Mining Limited is supporting the Farmers’ Day celebrations across four assemblies in the Upper East Region with a substantial sum of 110,000 cedis worth of items to honor farmers.

This significant donation was given to the assemblies to honor hardworking farmers within the company’s catchment area in commemoration of the Farmers’ Day celebration. The beneficiary districts include Talensi, Nabdam, Bolgatanga East, and Bongo.

The items include 4 tricycles, 60 pieces of knapsack sprayer, 70 pairs of Wellington boots, 100 pieces of cutlasses, 5 high-density mattresses, 9 boxes of key soap, and 15 bags of fertilizer.

Speaking to A1 Radio before the donation exercise, the Community and Social Responsibility Manager of Cardinal Namdini Mining Limited, Emmanuel Kofi Adusei said the donation formed part of the company’s corporate social responsibility to appreciate the contribution of farmers in the region and Ghana as a whole.

“Cardinal Namdini Mining, we appreciate the contribution of farmers, because, without the farmers, we would not be alive, because, they provide food for us and more so, our project work with the farmers. Some of them, we have to move them so that we can have the space to do our activities and this are ways of contributing and supporting them so that we will have a sustainability of food in the region and the country”

Mr. Emmanuel Kofi Adusei

Mr. Adusei urged the farmers to maintain the motor tricycles to ensure they last longer. The Talensi District Coordinating Director, Clifford Baba Atanga expressed gratitude to Cardinal Namdini Mining Limited for its generous gesture.

“Indeed, you have been supporting the district in countless ways. The Farmers’ Day in particular is an occasion that you never seized to support us. So today’s presentation is yet another manifestation of your commitment to supporting the progress of this district”, he stated.

Mr. Atanga emphasized the need for a deepened mutual relationship between the assembly and the company. He added that the assembly would continue to offer its support to the company “to ensure that all the efforts the company is making will be completed within the time for actual mining to take place”

Cardinal Namdini Mining Limited, the Chinese firm is a subsidiary of Shandong Gold and it operates in the Talensi district of the Upper East. The company was given a license to undertake surface mining for 15 years. It is expected that the company will pour its first gold in the last quarter of 2024.

For the 15-year mine life, it is estimated that the company will generate 150 million tonnes of ore for 5 million ounces of gold.

A1Radioonline.com|101.1Mhz|Joshua Asaah|Zuarunga|Ghana

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