Mayfair Estates receives “Pillars of Modern Ghana” award

By
Patrick Obeng, GNA

Accra, Sept. 12, GNA
— Noble John Watson Otumfuo, Chief Executive Officer  of the Mayfair Estates Limited, on Wednesday
received the Pillars of Modern Ghana award in Accra for his immense
contributions to the socio-economic development of the nation.

The award presented
to him by the West Africa International Press Limited was also in recognition
of his Corporate Social Responsibilities (CSR) to the society.

As part of his CSR,
Mayfair Estates built two-bedroom six block apartment at Burma Camp for the
Ghana Military Police under the government’s Public Private Partnership
programme.

The company also
constructed four-block of 20 apartment for the Military Police at the Military
Dog Training School.

Other projects
undertaken by the company include the building of ICT laboratory, basketball,
and volleyball courts for Burma Camp Services Primary and SHS.

The company also
constructed Junior Rank Mess at the Base Workshop at Burma Camp and also a
six-bedroom self-contained accommodation block for Warrant Officers at the
Southern Command.

Noble Otumfuo said
the company is assisting its clients to purchase properties by providing them
with long-term financial solutions without going through the initial high cost
of finance from the retail banks.

Noble Otumfuo said
Mayfair Estates was a dream birthed in London where he was residing.

‘As an ad hoc
decision in sales for real estate companies such as Emefs, Devtraco and
Trasacco, I returned to Ghana more resilient and determined than ever in 2007
with the prime motive of starting my own business’, he said.

Noble Otumfuo urged
real estate developers and customers to never give up in their chosen
objectives despite differing opinions and caustic criticism for opposition.

Other personalities
who received the awards include Dr Felix Kweku Anyah, former Chief Executive
Officer of the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital; Mr John Kofi Mensah, Managing
Director of the Agricultural Development Bank; Dr Michael Kyeremateng, Chief
Executive of C4C Hospital; and Dr Raphael Nyarkotey Obu, President of the
Nyarkotey College of Holistic Medicine.   

Nation-Wide Medical
Insurance, Unicorn Ghana Limited and Peace and Love Hospital were also
honoured.

GNA

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