Ideal Financial Holdings donates to Ga Mantse
Ideal Financial Holdings has presented some items and cash to the Ga Mantse Nii Tachie Adama Latse as the traditional ruler gets ready to celebrate Homowo, the annual festival of the Gas.
The items which include bags of maize, box of schnapps, gallons of oil, a ram, crates of Club Beer, soft drinks and an undisclosed amount of cash were received by the Ga Mantse himself who lauded the effort of the financial institution in supporting a traditional cause.
“I think what Ideal Financial Holdings has done is laudable and we want to assure you that these items will be well utilised to the benefits of all and sundry for a memorable Homowo festival,” the Head of the Ga State said.
Emmanuel Nii Armah Tackie, Managing Director of Ideal Capital Partners, a subsidiary of Ideal Financial Holdings, said as a Ghanaian company operating on the soil of the Ga State and with the Homowo celebration at hand, there is the need to support this traditional but significant cause.
“This is part of our corporate social responsibility and also to help the Gas have a fruitful celebration. We believe that supporting this year’s Homowo celebration will go a long way to foster the relationship between the Ga State and our business,” he noted.
Asked about government’s call for IMF’s assistance, Mr. Tackie said if the IMF will come and support the home-grown policies then the current economic situation can improve in the short term.
“We hope IMF’s coming will go a long way to help the government solve the economic issues we are currently facing.”
He added that in the next few months Ideal Financial Holdings, in its bid to make further inroads into the financial market, will be outdooring a new member of the family.
“In September we will unveil a new financial institution we have just acquired. This is part of our plan to expand and deepen the financial market in the country.”
The presentation was also witnessed by the Chief Executive Officer of Ideal Financial Holdings, Dr. Nii Kotei Dzani.Source:
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