Ecobank Ghana says it will support the extension of the Light Up the City events to include the Western Region capital, Takoradi.
Delivering the speech on behalf of the Bank’s Managing Director, the Acting Head, Marketing & Communications, Dr Daniel Kasser Tee said this year’s Light Up the City will be bigger and better.
“I am glad to announce that unlike last year, when Ecobank supported the Light Up the City events in only Accra and Kumasi, we have decided to, once again, include Takoradi, as we had previously done in 2020.
“This year, therefore, marks the fourth consecutive year, since Ecobank first sponsored the “Light up the City” project in 2019, which was done for Accra alone.”
Dr Kasser Tee was hopeful that their contribution would help residents in the three cities experience the Christmas cheer.
As a leading bank in Ghana, belonging to the leading Pan African banking group, Ecobank Transnational Incorporated, we see this as part of the bank’s corporate social responsibility activities, for which we often make investments in worthy charitable causes within the communities we operate in.
“We do this in the hope of positively impacting the lives of people that we serve but also use such platforms as the launchpad to create awareness about our digital financial solutions that are deployed to help Ghana’s financial inclusion agenda,” he noted.
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