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Republic bank Ghana, a subsidiary of Republic financial holdings limited, has presented a donation of GHC 100,000 to the Infanta Malaria Prevention Foundation towards the contribution of a CHPS compound at Biakpa-Avatime in the Volta region.
The donation was presented to the first lady of Ghana, Mrs. Rebecca Akufo Addo, who is the chairperson of the Infanta Malaria Prevention Foundation.
The amount was solicited through a “Ride Out Malaria Cycling Tour” embarked by the Chain Gang Cycling Group and sponsored by the HFC Bank.
Presenting the check to the first lady, the board chair of Republic Bank Ghana, Mr. Charles Zwennis an avid cyclist and member of the Chain gang cycling group, said his team of cyclists are happy to be supporting such a noble cause such as the construction of the CHPS compound at via Kappa dash avatar.
The team of cyclists that included Ecoband Ghana’s Chief Executive officer Mr. Eric Gbeho (pictured farthest right) embarked on the 2 day ride that commenced in Accra and ended in Biakpa-Avatime Volta Region 200k outside of Accra. Ecoband CEO Mr. Eric Gbeho said that, although a comparatively short distance to previous Infanta rides. The temperature and the terrain of some legs of the ride, having steep inclines and precarious descents, made for a challenging but memorable ride for a noble cause of eliminating the scourge of malaria. All in all, the purpose of the ride falls in line with Ecobands vision of “Delivering exceptional experiences”.