ACP shows support to Times

Mr Michael Adjei-Djan, CEO of African Concrete Products, signing the book of condolence, while other management staff of ACP and officials of the New Times Corporation.

Mr Michael Adjei-Djan, CEO of African Concrete Products, signing the book of condolence, while
other management staff of ACP and officials of the New Times Corporation.

The New Times Corporation (NTC) has announced plans to establish an educational fund for the son of the late Samuel Nuamah, the Presidential Correspondent of the Ghanaian Times, who died in a motor accident while returning from an assignment a fortnight ago.

The Managing Director of the corporation, Ms. Carol Annang, who announced this yesterday, said the purpose of the fund was to ensure that the two-year-old son of Nuamah was properly catered for.

She said this when the management of African Concrete Product (ACP) Limited, led by its Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Michael Adjei-Djan, visited the New Times Corporation yesterday to console with the management and staff for the loss.

Ms. Annang said although the one-week celebration had been held for the late reporter, workers were still managing to recover from the shock of his death.

Mr. Adjei-Djan, on his part, said ACP, which shared a wall with NTC, would support the corporation to ensure that the late reporter was given a befitting burial.

“I never had the opportunity to meet him but I have been reading his stories,” he said, and extended his condolence to the bereaved family and the staff of the corporation.

By Yaw Kyei  

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