Joy FM receives Three Thousand Ghana cedis from Global Access Savings and Loans to support flood and fire victims
One of the leading financial institutions in the country, Global Access Savings and Loans has donated three thousand Ghana cedis (Ȼ3,000) to support the Joy FM relief initiative aimed at supporting the June 3 flood and fire victims.
“We are here in the name of Global Access Savings and Loans to donate to the families of the many Ghanaians who lost their lives during the unfortunate incident that happened on June 3, 2015.” -Head of Operations at Global Access, Isaac Kwaku Arthur narrated.
“We are donating an amount of Ȼ3,000 to the families that have been left behind”, he added.
He said the donation is part of the company’s corporate social responsibility.
He commended Joy FM for the initiative adding that “this incident could have happened to anybody and our hearts go out for the surviving families”.
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