Samara Company, ExLA Group sign MoU

•  Mr.  Apraku (left), presenting the signed document to Mr. Tuffour.

• Mr. Apraku (left), presenting the signed document to Mr. Tuffour.

A memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been signed at a brief ceremony in Accra between Samara Company Limited, producers of Sasso and ExLA Group, to officially commence the sponsorship deal for the 2015 edition of the Excellent Leadership Awards (ExLA Awards).

The event being organised by the ExLA Group is slated for October 2015.

The award scheme which was instituted in 2011 by the ExLA Group seeks to empower individuals and organisations that have distinguished themselves in their various fields of endeavours in Ghana.

Mr. Daniel Osei Tuffour, the Executive Director of ExLA Group, said the initiative sought to award people who have excelled in the society, and selected from a wide range of fields including entrepreneurship, sports among others.

He stated that the excellent nature of the award scheme necessitated the choice of an equally excellent company to partner with the prestigious award scheme.

He said ExLA Group approached Sasso following the success the company had chalked in recent times and the niche the company had carved for itself on the Ghanaian market.

“Sasso is unique. Winning the fastest growing company at the recent Head Of State Awards tells you it is an excellent company; this is part of the reasons we decided to partner with Sasso,” Mr. Tuffour disclosed.

The Executive Chairman of Samara Company Limited, Mr. Samson Effah Apraku, declared his company’s willingness to support such an honourable cause which seeks to promote growth and development in the society.

“Sasso deals in excellence, so an excellent cause of this nature will be supported to enhance the development and growth of our society,” Mr. Apraku emphasised.

He was optimistic that the event would be a success and said he looks forward to fruitful deliberations with ExLA Group in the subsequent years.

Nominations for the awards are opened on Tuesday, September 8, 2015.

By Times Reporter

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