Chase Logistics, as part of its corporate social responsibility initiatives, has cut sod for the construction of a magistrate court facility; and a modern library for the Kpone area in the Greater Accra Region.
The project, which is estimated to cost an hundred thousand Ghana cedis, is scheduled to last for six months from the commencement date.
Addressing the chief and people of the Kpone traditional area, the Executive Director of Chase Logistics, Daniel Amoah, noted that the construction of the facility is a gesture by the company as parts of its support to the area. He said “the company places premium on education as one of the surest and sustainable means to achieve holistic development of a community and a nation.”
Mr. Amoah added that “a conducive atmosphere for reading and research that a library provides is crucial to the learning process of every people or student, including adults.
It is precisely for this reason that Chase Logistics gladly agreed with the Kpone Traditional Council to put up a library attached to the court for the community” he added. The Paramount Chief for the Kpone Traditional Area, Nii Tetteh Out, was full of appreciation to the company.
He admonished his subjects to ensure they protect the facility and ensure good maintenance culture so that the project benefits future generations.
The District Chief Executive for Kpone Katamanso, Solomon Tetteh, also thanked Chase Logistics for the gesture, and called on other corporate bodies in the area to emulate the gesture, and extend a hand of support to the Assembly.