Seatec Telecom Services Limited, a communication solutions provider, has donated food items to Christ The King Soup Kitchen, a Father Campbell initiative that provides free food to the needy.
The donation which includes bags of rice, cartons of soft drinks, milk, beverages, biscuits, tomato paste and cooking oil, forms part of activities to mark the 40th anniversary of Seatec Telecom.
Managing Director of Seatec Telecom Services, Nana Beecham, speaking during the donation in Accra, said it was done in honour of the company’s co-founder, Mrs. Tina Akua Addai of blessed memory.
“It is something we are familiar with,” she said, “so there is a little bit of emotional attachment. One of our Co-Founders who unfortunately passed away, Mrs. Tina Akua Addai, used to come to church here. She was somebody who used to care about the needy, so we felt that it would be good to do something in honour of her at Christ the King.”
She also disclosed that the 40th anniversary will be officially launched in June this year and that several activities have been lined-up to mark the occasion themed; “Bridging the Technology Gap in Ghana and Beyond.” Some of these activities include a sponsored walk, exhibition day for various customers and an employee appreciation event, among others.
Seatec begun as a marine technology firm in 1980 and later ventured into heavy equipment before moving into communication solutions. It currently provides services such as network security, IP security, intrusion control among other digital technologies and services.