Kasapreko supports Eloba fight with GH¢ 50,000


Kasapreko Company Limited has donated Gh¢ 50,000 to help prevent the outbreak of Ebola in the country. The medical support package which was donated to the Ministry of Health Service was made up of Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs), Non-Contact Thermometers and Boots worth GH¢30,000.00 as well as a cheque for GH¢20,000.

Mr. Stephen Oppong, Director, Marketing and Sales, of Kasapreko Ghana Limited reiterated the stand for Kasapreko Company Limited to continually support the government in any way possible to fight the disease. “For us at Kasapreko, we always look out for opportunities through which we can give back to society. We don’t just ensure quality in our products but we are very much interested in the quality of life of our consumers and Ghanaians”. 

Dr. Victor Bampoe, Deputy Minister of Health, who received the items, expressed his appreciation to Kasapreko and reiterated the government’s commitment towards ensuring that Ghana was spared of the scourge of the disease.

Kasapreko strives to create a sustainable and socially responsible business model that serves the interest of the communities it operates in. The Company’s commitments are focused on strategic programs and partnerships that support KCL’s corporate values aimed at promoting social change.

Some of Kasapreko’s social engagements over the years include donations to various traditional councils in support of developmental projects; Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital; Ghana Health Foundation; National Cardiothoracic Centre; Matthew 25 to support people living with HIV; SOS Children’s Village – Tema among others.

Kasapreko Company Limited is well known for quality products such as Alomo Bitters, Kalahari Bitters, Kasapreko London Dry Gin, K20 Whisky K20 Gin, Carnival, Cocoa Liqueur, VIP Irish Cream, Kasapreko Tonic Wine, Kasavino, Lime Cordial, Kasapreko Brandy, Opeimu Bitters and Margarita.

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