Kasapreko Company Limited has presented 100 packs of Awake Water and 200 packs of its new soft drink, Puma Drinks, to the National Chief Imam, Sheik Nuhu Sharabutu to mark the Eid Ul Fitr festivities.

Puma Drinks is the company’s new line of products with a range and significant value-for-money pack (350ml) which will deliver consumption satisfaction to the Ghanaian consumer.

Leading the delegation, Mr Chris Addo- Sarkodie, Marketing Manager of the company, said the donation was the company’s way of supporting the Muslim community.

Puma Drinks donation

“On behalf of Mr Richard Adjei (Managing Director) and management of Kasapreko Company, it is our honour to once again wish the Chief Imam a happy belated birthday on his recent celebration of 101 years and we would like to congratulate the entire Muslim community on a successful Ramadan period,” he said.

Puma Drinks donation

He stated that the company is hoping the donations will help support homes and put smiles on the faces of people in the Muslim community as they celebrate Eid Al-Fitr.

Receiving the items, Sheikh Aremeyaw Shaibu, spokesperson for the National Chief Imam, expressed appreciation for the gesture and commended Kasapreko for its continuous support for the Muslim Community.

“Each year, we receive Kasapreko’s donation and it is our prayer that Almighty Allah will continue to bless the Managing Director and Management with wisdom to grow the company,” he stated.

Puma Drinks donation

The Chief Imam prayed for the continuous success of Kasapreko Company as they continue to support the Muslim communityand added special prayer for the success of the new PUMA range of drinks.

He also mentioned that he values the relationship between Kasapreko and his office as they continue to introduce initiatives that benefit the vulnerable in the Muslim community.

Puma Drinks donation

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, this year’s Eid Al-Fitr’s celebration will take different dimension; the Muslim community will not be able to publicly commemorate the Eid Al-Fitr hence Kasapreko hopes this donation will go a long way to support the community as they celebrate the end of the Ramadan period.