Education

Leyland Paints donates to School of Pharmacy

BBC Industrials Limited has donated to products of Leyland, Leylac and Gold paints to the School of Pharmacy under the College of Health Sciences at the University of Ghana.

This is in support of the completion of painting the new three-storey building and its existing management offices and staff block at the School.

The Dean of the School of Pharmacy Prof. Isaac Julius Asiedu-Gyekye, on behalf of the Provost, Rev. Prof. Patrick F. Ayeh-Kumi, along with the School Administrator, Susan Fosua Okan received the products. 

The products were handed over by Andre Ibrahim, the Operations Manager of BBC Industrials.

Prof. Isaac Julius Asiedu-Gyekye commended the gesture and thanked the donors for their contribution towards the infrastructural development of the School.

He urged other partners of the School to follow the steps and initiative of BBC Industrials to support the School of Pharmacy and the University of Ghana to meet its challenges for better education.

Mr Ibrahim said the contribution is part of the company’s social responsibility towards supporting better education.

He pledged the continuous support of BBC Industrials to the University and looked forward to beneficial collaborations between both institutions in the coming future. 

The Operations Manager took the opportunity to tell the story of the company founded in 1964.

He said with over 50 years of dedication and hard work, the company has laid a solid foundation for the production of high-quality products.

BBC Industrials have developed a wide range of decorative and protective home and industrial products such as high-performance Acrylic paints, Emulsion paints, Oil paints, Primers, Finishes, Adhesives and Thinners.