On Saturday, Latex Foam donated 50 bags of rice and an unspecified sum of money to the National Chief Imam, Sheikh Osmanu Nuhu Sharubutu, to support this year’s Ramadan festivities at his Fadama residence in Accra.
Two members of the company’s senior management, Dr. Yakubu Diomande, the latex foam export manager, and Mrs. Gifty E. Appiah, the public relations manager, who paid a special courtesy visit to the Imam in National Chief at his residence to make the presentation also took the opportunity to wish him a belated 103rd birthday.
In a brief address, Ms Appiah said the donation to the Chief Imam was part of the company’s corporate responsibilities to donate for the Ramadan festivities.
She also took advantage of the event to wish all Muslims in the country and around the world a fruitful Ramadan.
She said Latex Foam, as a business, has become more than a family to the National Chief Imam’s office.
She indicated that the company would continue its philanthropic responsibilities to the Office of the National Chief, saying “the gesture is now part of the company’s annual activities”.
The Protocol Officer at the Office of the National Chief Imam, Alhaji Latif Abdulsalam, who received the items on behalf of the National Chief Imam, commended Latex Foam for the gesture.
He also took the opportunity to pray for more success for the company, emphasizing that Allah blesses anyone who supports his work and his servants.
He said there is a cordial relationship between Latex Foam and the Office of the Chief Imam, expressing the Chief Imam’s gratitude to the senior management of the company, for their regular donations and support to the office. .
Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, observed by Muslims around the world as a month of fasting, prayer, and reflection on one’s standing with Allah.
Latex Foam is the leading foam manufacturing company in West Africa.
Latex Foam is known for its corporate social responsibilities in many areas of national development, including donations to support the annual National Farmers Day celebration and support for needy and bright students at the University of Ghana.