AGAZY HOMES CEO supports renovation works of UNMISS GH 11


Agazy Homes’ CEO, Thomas Ayisah, has contributed to the renovation works of the Regimental Aid Post (RAP) at the Battle Training Camp (BTC) in Bundase.

This project is aimed at elevating the Army Peace Operations Training School (APOTS) to a certified United Nations Training Centre, which will undoubtedly benefit the United Nations Mission in South Sudan Ghana Battalion 11 (UNMISS GH 11).

By completing the reconstruction works of UNMISS GH 11 within two weeks and participating in the official presentation of the United Nations Training Recognition Certification to the Commander, APOTS – Colonel Clement Kojo Dingane, Thomas Ayisah has demonstrated his company’s commitment to its Corporate Social Responsibility (CRS).

“I am very glad we have also contributed massively to support this important course. We hope to do more in the coming days ahead. As you all know, Agazy Homes has good finishes and excellent works when it comes to real estate in the country,” he said.

Thomas Ayisah’s support extends beyond this project, as evidenced by his previous donation of medical equipment and payment of patients’ bills at the Kpone Polyclinic Hospital in the Greater Accra Region during his birthday celebration in 2022.

It’s encouraging to see that Agazy Homes collaborated with several prestigious personalities and companies, such as Akroma Gold Mining Company, Davida Roofing Company, TT Quarry Ltd, and Mr. Samuel Kyerbuah Bunyan, to make this renovation project possible.
With such philanthropic efforts and a commitment to community support, Agazy Homes sets an example for others, and their willingness to extend aid to major institutions and various causes will undoubtedly leave a positive impact on society.

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