KPSL Sponsors 55th National Day of Gabon in Accra

 KPSL            30 May 2015             95 Views            2 Comments            Business, Warehouse

The 55th National day of the Republic of Gabon was celebrated by the Gabonese students and business community here in Ghana on the 29th of August, 2015 at Dzorwulu, Accra under the leadership of the Honorary Consul, Mr. Mumuni Idrissou. This was organized in company of two Gabon entrepreneurs in Ghana namely: Mr. Mandja Evans and Mr. Senje Drich (Perfect Plus Ghana).

The programme was organized showcasing the rich culture of the Gabonese, sumptuous delicacies and the feel of the French music which was melodiously performed by Gabon Music Artiste to the ‘frill and thrill’ of the attendants. The Honorary Consul advised the audience most of which were students on the importance of education and their role to be studious and get the best out of their stay in Ghana. To learn more and become better tools with economic benefits to the nation Ghana and as well to the Gabon Economy.

The president of the Gabonese Association Of Ghana, Patick Edzang Nang likewise in his presentation, intimated that the Gabonese youth who were illiterates should endeavor to enroll in an academic institution and exchange ignorance for intelligence. He appreciated the support of sponsors especially Kings Packing & Services Limited. The entrepreneurs also spoke on their general advice to student community on what is expected of them in the job market.

Mr. Gabriel King Akpalu, Marketing Manager of Kings Packing & Services Limited took his turn to deliver a speech on behalf of the Managing Director of the company. He started with a quote from Nelson Madiba Mandela; “education is the most powerful thing to change the world”

He apprecited the opportunity to be part of the celebration and as sponsors for the event. He recommended the Gabonese to excel in all they do on the premise of Oprah Winfrey’s counsel; excellence is the greatest determinant to racism and sexism. He ended with the definition of success which was to ignite the African Spirit in them. (Service, Unrelenting, Creative, Circumspect, Enthusiasm, Strategic and Smart.) He expressed the joy of the management in sponsoring the 55th Gabon National Day in Ghana and the quest to partner and sponsor future events.