Charger Limited; producers of Ghana’s favourite Herbal Bitters, Happy Man Bitters, Onaapo Atadwe Ginger and owners of Charger Transport has partnered Lawyer Maurice Ampaw to provide Ghanaians with legal education.
The education train which is the company’s Corporate Social Responsibility for the year is dubbed “The Legal Clinic” and is expected to take place across the country at yet-to-be-announced dates.
This move according to the company, is geared towards providing the Ghanaian with a deeper understanding of his/her rights and responsibilities as enshrined in the 1992 constitution.
The company believes that in a period where “ignorance of the law is no excuse”, it has the mandate to contribute its quota to educating Ghanaians on their rights and responsibilities.
The Chief Executive Officer of the company, Emmanuel Bortey Borketey, in an interview indicated that Charger Limited is known for the “production of products of finest quality” and in order to ensure that citizens of Ghana have a deeper understanding of their rights and responsibilities, Charger Limited decided to provide citizens with education.
He indicated that he and the team at Charger Limited are poised to ensure that Ghanaians have a deeper understanding of their rights in order for them to protect it and fight for what is due them in every endeavor of their lives.
He noted that as citizens of the country, there are various responsibilities to be performed towards the country but most Ghanaians are not aware of that fact so educating them will make them understand their role in the development process.
He mentioned that the train will start from the Brong Ahafo Region after which it will travel to other parts of the country.