CEO of Obuase bitters donates towards Farmers Day

Collins Amo, the Chief Executive Aduro ye herbal center, the producers of Obuasi bitters has donated an amount of GH¢15,000 towards the celebration 38th national farmer’s day in the Obuasi East District.

The donation comes on the heels of several other donations made by Mr. Amo as part of the Corporate Social Responsibility of his herbal center.

April this year, the burgeoning entrepreneur led his company to donate assorted items and cheque worth GH¢10,000 to the Village of Hope orphanage at Gomoa Fetteh in the central region to mark his birthday.

Presenting the donation to the farmers day planning committee, Collins Amoh said the gesture was to aid the organization of the event.

He said he was encouraged by the role farmers have played in the socio-economic development of the country, hence donated to support their cause.

“We are enjoined by the fact that we come from Obuasi and also do business here, to contribute meaningfully to the development of Obuasi. It is our hope that this donation will go a long way to support the organization of the farmers’ day and as a way of saying thank you to our industrious farmers”.

He added that the gesture should spur other people on to support such good causes like farmers’ day and other national activities.

Receiving the amount on behalf of the planning committee, the District Coordinating Director, Eric Aboagye Mensah thanked management of Aduro ye herbal center for supporting the farmers’ day celebrations.

He said this year’s celebration promises to be eventful adding that the Assembly led by the DCE Honorable Faustina Amissah has put in place measures to organize a successful program.