The Christian Community Microfinance Limited (CCML), has organised a clean-up exercise at Dansoman as part of its community building focus and advocacy for a healthy community.
The exercise held within the Dansoman Last Stop area in Accra, brought together many people in the community including women, children, shop owners, traders, drivers, assembly members, AMA representatives from the Gbebu area and CCML staff.
In a press release issued to Ghana News Agency on Friday, in Accra, Mr Emmanuel B.B. Boryor, the Assemblyman for the area commended CCML for organising an exercise of such importance.
He said a clean community translates to a healthy people and a healthy nation, and therefore called on stakeholders to always take part in community related exercises.
Mr Raymond Gomez on behalf of CCML also thanked everyone present at the exercise and the Urban Poor Child Organisation for providing equipment for the exercise.
He said CCML would be relocating its Mamprobi branch to Dansoman Last Stop this month.
Mr Gomez presented working equipment to the Last Stop Taxi Divers Association to be the advocates of a clean community.
Licensed by the Bank of Ghana as a deposit taking microfinance institution in 2012, CCML has 36 years of experience in providing uncommon business services and solutions, specialising in the areas of credit, savings, investments and business development.
It has a strong commitment to community development as part of its operation focus.
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