NAM Missions, a foundation established in 2017 with the sole objective of giving back to society, is to embark on a nationwide tour.
As part of the tour, NAM Missions will today, July 9 be paying a courtesy call on the Chiefs of Kasoa in the Central Region.
The foundation, the brainchild of CEO of Zylofon Media and Menzgold, Nana Appiah Mensah, is geared towards producing developmental help to depressed communities across the Country and beyond, and assistance to the indigent.
The Tour with the objectives of state welfare and development for national economic growth, has already visited the Western Region as the first stop of the tour.
In the Western Region, the team was hosted by the Parliamentarian for Evalue Gwira and Tourism Minister, Catherine Abelema Afeku.
She introduced Nana Appiah Mensah to the chiefs and people of Brawire in Axim where developmental discussions commenced in the areas of education, culture and some monumental facilities in the area.
Nana Appiah Mensah and his Mission team, also visited some areas of interest like the Slave Dungeon in Axim and some educational facilities with the mindset of giving these places a facelift and refurbishment.
The Chief and his elders enumerated some of the challenges in their area and took Nana Appiah Mensah on a tour where he visited the Community Development Vocational Technical Institute.
Though the Western Region was the reason for the first trip, the team paid a courtesy call on the Chief and elders of Winneba on their way to Axim.
The chief of Winneba, Neenyi Kobina Ghartey VII, welcomed the team to his palace and asked them to support their Aboakyire Festival.
The Menzgold CEO was given a traditional title called ‘Suopi’ Nana Appiah Mensah which is a name given to a warrior chief in Winneba.
The titles did not end in Winneba, as the Chief of Brawire in Axim, Nana Adusei II, also conferred on Mr. Mensah, the title ‘Nana Gorkeh’ which stands for development and civilization.
The business mogul appreciated the recognition and gestures, and promised to support them any time they call on him.
The highlight of the tour was the second stopover en route to Accra, where Mr. Mensah made a surprise visit to his alma mater Adisadel College to motivate and inspire the students to reach higher heights after visiting his family in Cape Coast.
NAM Missions, also added another feather in its cap by setting up an educational fund for the National Chief Imam, Sheikh Nuhu Osmanu Sharubutu , dubbed the ‘Sheikh Nuhu Osmanu Sharubutu Educational Fund’.
The fund, which is to boost education among needy Muslims in the country, was announced when the Chief Imam paid a working visit to the offices of the Mission.
Mr. Mensah broke the news during the visit of the Chief Imam, to thank him for the enormous support he gave several Muslim communities, during the Holy Month of Ramadan.
Citing the time he spent living among Muslims in the country, Mr. Mensah revealed the lack of financial support as the bane for the progress of several needy but intelligent Muslims, he grew up with.
He said as part of his support to Muslims in Ghana to celebrate the Eidul-Fitr, he is setting up of the Sheikh Nuhu Osman Sharubutu Educational Fund, which will have a lasting impact on the needy, that is to be fully managed by the Chief Imam.
Mr. Mensah said, with support of this nature under the auspices of the Chief Imam, several needy Muslims can grow to help in the development, not only for their families but also for the country.
The tour continues to the rest of the regions in the coming weeks as the agenda is to visit all the 10 regions of Ghana.