100 Staff 👥of First Atlantic Bank to Be Laid off …👉 Affected Staff Reject Package

100 Staff 👥of First Atlantic Bank to Be Laid off …👉 Affected Staff Reject Package
The government of Japan has provided Katariga, a rural community in the Sangnarigu municipality of the Northern Region with a multi-purpose processing plant.
The plant which would be processing both shea nuts and rice worth $79,000 was funded by the Japan government under its Grant Assistance for Grassroot Human Security Project (GAGHSP).
Mr Hiromoto Oyama, Deputy Japan Ambassador to Ghana who inaugurated the processing plant said it was part of efforts of the Japan government to assist reduced poverty in the country.
He explained that the human security was one of the major focus of the government of Japan and it was working with various partners to achieve it.
Mr Oyama stated that the government of Japan was interested in working together with relevant organisations that have the intention to improve the wellbeing of people especially women in the deprived communities.
“We work with our partners to improve upon the wellbeing and livelihoods of people so that our and brothers in deprived communities can live in dignity,” he stated.
Source: Allafrica

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