Author: Nicholas Akussah

Twellium Industrial Company Limited, producers of Verna Mineral Water and Rush Energy Drink on Thursday, 23rd March 2023 donated some assorted drinks to the National Chief Imam, Sheikh Dr. Nuhu Osman Sharubutu at his residence in Accra.

The exercise which falls in line with the objectives and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) of the company was also targeted at observing the ‘Ramadan’ season with the entire Islamic community in Fadama as the fasting period continues.

The assorted items included a new product ‘LafiyaTamarind’ drink by Twellium Industrial company limited onto the Ghanaian market was also presented to the esteemed chief.

The National Chief Imam, Sheikh Dr. Nuhu Osman Sharubutu in his short remarks prayed for the success of the company and asked for more of such kind gestures to be extended to other communities.

Speaking to AmaGhanaOnline, the Brand Ambassador for Zongo Communities at Twellium Industrial company limited, Hajj Abdul Samed advised the youth in the various Zongo communities to be diligent in their dealings during the ‘Ramadan’ season.

Adding that various community projects have been initiated by his outfit to positively impact their lives.

“I encourage our Muslim brothers, especially the youth, to let us try to comport ourselves during the Ramadan season and promote peace because Islam is about peace and we need to spread love,” he said.

He continued that “At Twellium, we try to promote young and brilliant people who don’t have the means to raise capital to start their own businesses. Twellium has opened a venue where they help people by giving them products to sell, by giving them employable skills, and also organized training programs for them as well as support them financially,” he added.

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Hajj Abdul Samed also disclosed that plans have already been advanced with initiatives meant to empower the youth across the various Zongo Communities in Accra.

Alhaji Abdul Samed further mentioned that Twellium has also donated incubators to some hospitals in Accra.

“We are also trying to take the hawkers from the streets by enrolling them in vocational ventures while empowering them financially all through the Twellium Foundation,” he said.

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