Africa’s Leading Philanthropist, Alhaji Salamu Amadu, Solves Community Challenges In Ayawaso East Municipal Assembly
OpenLife Nigeria reports that the founder and group Chairman of Afro Arab Group of companies, Alhaji Salamu Amadu, has, through the property arm of the group, extended humongous supports to Ayawaso East Municipal Assembly by addressing their sanitary challenges.
Fresh information from Ghana stated that Afro Arab Properties, which is the real estate arm of the group has gifted two 48-seater KVIPs to Ayawaso East Municipal Assembly
The 48-seater public toilet in the two suburbs of Ayawaso East Municipal Assembly has been commissioned.
The gesture, according to the philanthropist, is to help solve the sanitation challenges bedeviling those communities.
The Presiding Member of the Ayawaso East Municipal Assembly, Honourable Abu Awuvami, speaking on behalf of the Municipal Chief Executive Hajia Salma Mohammed Sani Adams, lauded Afro Arab Properties and Ambassador Alhaji Salamu Amadu for the good work done.
The honourable called on more private entities and individuals within Ayawaso East to emulate the steps of Ambassador Alhaji Salamu Amadu.
“Ambassador Alhaji Salamu Amadu and the Afro Arab Properties are private entities and therefore must be commended for their commitment to helping develop the Ayawaso East Municipality. As an Assembly, we have to support people like him and his company to do more for the people in the communities within the Municipality. Afro Arab Properties have invested a lot of money into this project so it is the responsibility of the Assembly to support them to generate revenue”,he said.
He noted that the Assembly will demolish the old toilet at the Nima Frankies to pave way for the new one to operate effectively.
Alhaji Paapa Angola, a board member of the Afro Arab Group, on behalf of Alhaji Salamu Amadu, called on the residents of the two areas to ensure the facilities are well maintained.
“First of all, we thank Allah for the successful completion of the project. My little advice to the residents at 441 World Bank and Nima Frankies is that they should abide by the rules and regulations that would be put in place by the management of the facilities for its sustainability”.
In all, five communities within Ayawaso East namely Nima 441, Nima Frankies, Nima Market, Luga Kanda and Kusuntu Line Nima will be the beneficiaries of the project.