The management of Gamey and Gamey Group has reached out contribute to the provision of essential relief to the victims of the devastating Volta Lake flooding caused by Akosombo Dam spillage, in the Volta Region, with the donation of relief items, including a truckload of packed water.
Led by Felix Bonnie, Head of Marketing at Gamey and Gamey Group, the team made the donation to the Chief of Mepe, Torgbi Asokoligah and his elders.
Making the presentation, Mr. Bonnie acknowledged the devastating effects of the flooding on livelihoods in the affected communities, and prayed for an effective recovery from the disaster.
“This disaster has not only affected those of you here, but affects the entire nation,” he told the chiefs, and trustied that the donated items would help to provide some relief.
He gave assurance of the company’s continuous assistance towards relief efforts to help the victims on their journey to recovery and restoration.
Receiving the items on behalf of the flood victims, the Mankralo of Mepe Traditional Area, Torgbe Korsi Nego, expressed gratitude for the benevolent gesture.
“The assistance offered is not merely a donation of goods but a lifeline extended to our people in dire circumstances,” he noted.
In her remarks, the Paramount Queen Mother of Mepe Traditional Area, Mama Adzo Sreku IV, assured that the donated items would be put to good use, emphasizing the urgent needs of the victims, and called for more support from corporate organisations.
In a brief meeting with Gamey and Gamey Group team, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, Member of Parliament for the North Tongu Constituency, expressed his appreciation for the donation.
Mr. Ablakwa, whose constituents have borne the brunt of the Akosombo Dam spillage, conveyed his gratitude to Austin Gamey, the CEO of Gamey and Gamey Group, for his instrumental role in coordinating this humanitarian initiative.
“We are touched by the Gamey and Gamey Group donation, and we appreciate the team that brought the items,” he said.
By Benjamin Nana Appiah/adrdaily.com