The Universal Merchant Bank Ghana (UMB) has donated 30 computers to the Suhyen ICT Center located in the traditional area of New Juaben.
A statement copied to the Ghana News Agency said the
The presentation was part of the bank’s client initiatives to celebrate UMB’s 50th anniversary.
Nana Michael Addo, CEO of Mikaddo Group of Companies, built the ICT center for the community.
UMB responded to Dr. Addo’s call for support by donating the computers, in appreciation for his banking pedigree with UMB for 38 years.
Nana Dwemoh Benneh, CEO of UMB, said, “It is a great pride for UMB to support one of our star customers, Mikaddo Holdings, today with this modest grant of 30 computers.
“We have dedicated all of our activities this year to our clients and customers to mark our 50th anniversary and it is a mark of appreciation to Dr Addo, for trusting us since 1985.
The fact that Dr. Addo approached us for this grant, not for himself, but for Suhyen, pushed us to support each other quickly. His selflessness is indeed noble and visionary, as it is essential to uplift our youth and youth with digital solutions,” he said.
Dr Addo, in his response, said, “UMB has been my premier financial solutions provider and advisor since 1985. They have helped me grow from a micro business to a large business.
“I had no doubts about their support as I can attest to their love for Ghana as they are a Ghanaian bank after all. I also knew they would support this digital agenda as they are paving the way for digital banking here in Ghana,” he said.
He said computers would help young people in Suhyen tap into the new industries of this era, all of which require computer and digital literacy.
“I look forward to no young person in Ghana being left behind in this
the digital age. We all need to come together to ensure that our young people are equipped with computer skills in the future. »
Suhyen, an important city in the traditional New Juaben region, is the birthplace of Dr. Nana Michael Addo, CEO and Founder of the Mikaddo Group of Companies.