[dropcap]C[/dropcap]ontinuing its corporate social responsibility values, Nissan has again donated one brand new NP300 Hard body pick-up variant to the Ghana Aids Commission (GAC) in acknowledgement of the Non Governmental Organisation’s efforts to eradicate the spread of HIV and Aids in Ghana and its entire region.
Nissan, in collaboration with Stallion NMN also recently gave out one Nissan Almera sedan to Nigeria’s foremost security fund, the Lagos State Security Trust Fund.
Presenting the truck keys to representative of GAC, Nissan Managing Director Marketing, Sales and After-sales Xavier Gobille said: “This is part of the automotive brand’s efforts to endorse Ghana as a key market in Nissan Africa Growth strategy.”
He said from Nissan’s point of view, “GAC’s activity is essential in improving the lives of Ghanaian citizens and we are confident that our reliable, durable NP 300 Hardbody pick-up van is up to the task in helping the organisation reach out to those in even the most inaccessible areas.”
The pickup van was donated to Ghana Aids Commission through the First Lady of Ghana, Lordina Mahama, who is an active HIV/Aids ambassador.
GAC has been at the forefront of advocating against the spread of HIV and Aids, and the objective of the donation is to ease the NGO’s campaigns and outreach programmes.
Mr. Gobille who was on a working visit to the Nissan partner in Ghana – Auto Parts Limited (APL) said “Ghana is a key player in the strategic West Africa region… and we are committed not only to investing in our distribution partners like APL, which are integral in positioning us as a leading brand in the country, but to engage with NGOs to further develop the country and region as a whole.”
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