The Management and Staff of Ashanti Foam Factory Limited (ASHFOAM) have expressed appreciation to the National Chief Imam, Sheikh Osmanu Nuhu Shaributu, for his constant prayers and support to the company over the years.
Welcoming the Chief Imam and his entourage who paid a courtesy call at the offices of the company Mr. George Massih, General Manager of Ashfoam, was full of praise for him for taking time off his busy schedule to visit the company to offer prayers of growth and peace for the staff, customers and the general public.
Mr. Masseh spoke about the company’s contribution to national development, stating that his company employed about 3,000 people both directly and indirectly.
“This generates income for these people and improve on their livelihoods,” he said.
According to him, the company had over the years sponsored some of its staff and customers to the Hajj, because it appreciated the contribution of the Muslim faith in maintaining peace and tranquility in Ghana.
Mr. Mensah said the significance of Hajj reflected on the workers who get the opportunity to visit the Holy Land. That Hajj pilgrims returns with changed attitudes towards work and the society, and assured opined that the company would continually support more staffs in future Hajj trips.
Mr. Alwan Hitti, Chairman of the Hitti Group, a conglomerate of Ashfoam, Duraplast, Qualiplast, Nesstra UK, Nesstra Ghana, Nesstra Brazil, Nesstra South Africa, Promousse Niger, Promousse Benin, and Coolink, asserted that effective collaboration between the company and the office of the National Chief Imam had greatly impacted on their relationship, both physically and spiritually.
The Chief Imam, on his part, prayed for the management and staff of Ashfoam and the Hitti Group, and urged the employees to work hard and grow the company.
He also prayed for peace and brotherliness among the staff, management and their customers, as well as all Ghanaians.
Ashfoam was established some 40 years ago, and has over the years been leading the Ghanaian foam manufacturing industry. It has grown in size, expanding to other frontiers in the West African sub region.