Canada-Ghana Chamber of Commerce pays courtesy call on Osu Mantse

Canada-Ghana Chamber of Commerce pays courtesy call on Osu Mantse
Delegation from the Canada-Ghana Chamber of Commerce in a photo with Notse Nii Nortey Owuo IV, Osu Mantse

A delegation from the Canada-Ghana Chamber of Commerce (CANCHAM) has paid a courtesy call on the Osu Mantse, Notse Nii Nortey Owuo IV, to outdoor the Chamber to the newly installed chief and also congratulate him on his enstoolment.

President for CANCHAM, Alex Nortey – who led the delegation, expressed excitement at the opportunity for them to visit the Osu Mantse, and pledged their support for the royal, encouraging him to continue supporting the business community in all his dealings.

Noste Nii Nortey Owuo IV, welcoming the delegation, indicated that his focus for his people: to bring them development by partnering with the business community within the Osu enclave.

“We are hoping and praying you continue to partner with us, that you continue to join us in our work toward development. We have been entrusted with the care of our people to make sure they gain what they need to move forward, and that is the work I have come to do. I am certain that I can count on you to work with me to move this agenda forward. My people need jobs, and the only way is for companies to grow,” he said.

Notse Nii Nortey Owuo IV further called on CANCHAM to consider building a library in Osu when they are considering doing any philanthropic work within the area.

“We are constructing libraries – science and computer laboratories – in the public schools of Osu. I implore you to consider providing one library for us,” he said.

In her response, Executive Director-CANCHAM, Edwina Atta-Sonno, expressed optimism that the chamber will consider the request as education and children have always been in their thoughts.

“As a chamber, this year we are working on getting funds to do corporate social responsibilities. It has been part of our agenda for 2022/23. Even though it’s in its early stage, it’s something we are considering. So, having Nii mention the need for a library, our thoughts have always been on children and education. So we will chance upon this request and put our things together, and hopefully we will be able to put up that stable library he has requested from the chamber. So, it is something that we are going to look at seriously,” she said.

Head of Sales and Marketing for Business and Financial Times, Latif Bogobiri Seidu – who is also a member of CANCHAM, expressed the paper’s commitment to publishing all the good work the royal will be embarking on.

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