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Ghana: Afro Arab Group CEO supports Bright Addae Foundation

  29 Mai      0        Sport (3883),


Accra, May 29, GNA – Alhaji Salamu Adamu, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Afro Arab Group of Companies, has pledged his support for the « Bright Addae Foundation » a charity organisation founded by former national under-20 World Cup winner – Bright Addae.
This is to help the foundation to embark on more numerous charitable works, he had been embarking on in Ghana.
The Bright Addae Foundation was founded in 2016, by the Italian Serie B side, Ascoli Calcio FC captain.
The foundation was founded to assist street children, the aged, widows & widowers and brilliant but needy students.

The CEO of the Afro Arab Group of Companies applauded Addae for his efforts, when he paid a courtesy call on him at his office at Kokomlemle in Accra.
Addae presented a replica Jersey of the foundation to the esteemed business mogul.
Alhaji Salamu, a philanthropist on his part promised to partner the Bright Addae Foundation to do greater works for society.
He said « my doors are always open for you. I will help you to champion the vision of your Foundation.”
“Chairman” as he is affectionately called commended Addae for the great initiative and assured to support the Foundation.
“We are all from deprived communities so the little things that we can do to help others to put smiles on their faces must be done, » he added.
He also advised the youth especially those from the zongo communities to desist from engaging in activities that has the tendency for Zongo communities to be ‘tagged’ with bad names but rather work hard ‘to make poverty a history’.
Addae also expressed his profound gratitude to the executive Chairman of the Afro Arab Group of Companies for pledging to support him to realise the vision and aim of the Foundation.

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