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Kassena-Nankana West: Charger Limited CEO provides borehole for Nabango

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Dr. Emmanuel Bortey Borketey, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Charger Limited, has provided a borehole for the Nabango community in the Kassena-Nankana West District in the Upper East Region.

The philanthropic gesture, formed part of the organisation’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Edward Anafo Abambila, the Upper East Regional representative of Charger Limited said.

Mr. Anafo, during a short ceremony to hand over the hand pump borehole to the chief and people of Nabango, a farming community, explained that the company would continue to invest heavily to make lives better for residents within the region.

Mr. Anafo underscored the importance of community support and corporate social responsibility, saying his outfit intends to roll out projects such as the provision of potable water and toilet facilities to deserving communities in the region. Aside from the borehole for the Nabango community, he said Charger Limited would commission a similar project in the Garu district next week.

Expressing his gratitude, the Chief of the Nabango community, Naba Atuguba Atogumzoya Benjamin II, stated, “We are profoundly thankful to Dr. Borketey and Charger Limited for this invaluable gift. Access to clean water has been a longstanding challenge for our community. This borehole will alleviate the burden of fetching water, especially for our women and children, and will greatly improve our health and quality of life. It will serve as a source for animal drinking water.”

Akumsigiya Nsoh John, the Assemblyman for the area, expressed his heartfelt appreciation for the borehole, noting the significant improvement it would bring to the daily lives of community members. He said the provision of the borehole addressed one of his topmost priorities for the community since he assumed office in 2015.

Charger Limited, renowned for its production of Happy Man Bitters, Black Legend Coffee Gin, and HM Life, an immune booster, has set a strong example of how businesses can contribute to community development. The new borehole is expected to reduce the prevalence of waterborne diseases and improve overall health conditions in Nabango. The commissioning ceremony was attended by Akansake Gemima Abiibase, Queen Mother of the Nabango community, community members, and representatives from Charger Limited.

Source: A1Radioonline.com|101.1MHz|Joshua Asaah|Nabango

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