General Manager of Premium Motors Limited, authorized distributors of Renault vehicles in Ghana, Lilian Augusto, has reaffirmed her company’s commitment to the country, through Corporate Social Responsibility projects.

Speaking at a grand durbar to celebrate this year’s Asafotufiami Festival by the people of the Ada Traditional Area the festival, she said “Ghana’s deep and rich cultural heritage and festivals such as the Asafotufiami present us with a unique opportunity to preserve and celebrate the rich Ghanaian culture”.

“We are happy to have celebrated alongside the Chiefs and people of Ada this year. Ghana remains a key Renault market and we will continue to play our part in projecting Ghana and supporting development across the country.”

In his remarks, Marketing Manager of Renault Ghana, Christopher Attipoe, said it is a part of the company’s purpose to positively influence the communities in which they operate. According to him “As a company, we are committed to the societies and communities in which we operate and it is part of our objectives to positively influence, grow and promote Ghana’s rich and indigenous culture.”

Renault Ghana supports Asafotufiami Festival

Celebrated by the people of Ada, the Asafotufiami festival aims to remind the Ada people of the great wars they survived and to honor their soldiers, ancestors and former chiefs, all of whom contributed to the successful establishment and survival of the Ada kingdom.

This year’s festival, which is the first to be held after the lifting of the ban on large public gatherings, was held under the theme ‘Uniting the Ada State in Peace and Harnessing our Individual Potentials through our Cultural Heritage and Usage of our Natural Resources”.