Kingdom Exim Group of Companies has declared it intention to build an ultra-modern health facility at Tema Newtown (Manhean) in the Greater Accra Region to provide quality healthcare to the people.
Speaking at a short ceremony at the Tema Traditional Council (TTC) Nii Armarh Somponu Tema Shipi cum Tema Stool secretary, expressed gratitude for the gesture,adding that it was time state institutions created an enabling environment for investors to thrive in the country.
According to him such move would create employment in the country for the teaming unemployed youths.
Nii Somponu further revealed that, it was unwise for any state institution to hinder developmental projects by expatriates, alleging that there has been some elements in some state institutions in Tema doing all they could to stop the investors from building the ultra-modern hospital for the people of Manhean in Tema Newtown .
The Tema Shipii further appealed to the Tema Metropolitan Assembly (TMA) and the Tema Development Company limited (TDC) to as a matter of urgency expedite processes to ensure the construction of the health facility takes off in earnest.
Mr.Messrs James Chief Executive Officer(CEO), Kingdom Exim Group of Companies assured that, his outfit would do all it could to execute the project saying it would be part of their Corporate Social Responsibilities for the people of Manhean.
He stated that, the hospital would also give preferences to the aged.’people above age 59years would enjoy free health care.’he added.
Mr.Immanuel Rajamani Managing Director, Kingdom Exim on his part hinted that Kingdom Exim must be seen as development partners saying that the group would always consider the needs of the people as it priority and work to solve them.
He noted that,the Indian based family Kingdom Exim has embarked on several projects, both in cash and kind, to many communities since it arrived in Ghana with its investments packages.
Newsfarmgh.com observed that, some items including undisclosed amount of cash was donated to the Tema Traditional Council (TTC) ahead of the 2021 Tema Homowo Festival celebrations.