Methodist Education Unit salutes Appolonia City
The Greater Accra Regional Methodist Education Unit has presented a certificate of salutation to Appolonia City, in recognition of the company’s consistent support for educating the local community.
The certificate was presented at the Methodist Church’s 2019 Excellence Awards, which was attended by Bishop of the Tema Diocese Rt. Reverend Thomas Brown Forson, and other senior clergymen.
“Appolonia City has not just shown commitment to ensuring the provision of quality solutions but demonstrated its care for the local community. They have renovated the two blocks for the Appolonia Methodist, school which was established in 1957, and supported the community in diverse ways. On behalf of the Tema Diocese, we are grateful to you for your social service to the Methodist Education Unit, the Kpone Katamanso circuit, the Methodist Church Ghana and the Appolonia Community,” said Monica Kumahor, the Greater Accra regional manager of schools of the Methodist Church.
Pius Petison, Project Manager of Appolonia City, highlighted the three pillars of Appolonia City’s corporate social responsibility: education, health and community.
“We are humbled to accept this award from the Methodist Education Unit. At Appolonia City, we believe that an educated population provides the foundation for a better future. We will continue to support the unit to help educate many more Ghanaians,” said Petison.
In addition to education, which Appolonia City sees as a catalyst for community growth, the company has also supported the delivery of quality health services to the local community by rehabilitating the health centre and donating medical equipment.