NDK Financial Service to launch CSR Foundation at 25th Anniversary Lecture on Thursday

NDK Financial Services will on Thursday July 21 launch its Corporate Social Responsibility Foundation at its 25th Anniversary Lecture at the Alisa Hotel in Accra.

An initial seed money of two million has been set aside for running the foundation.

The launch of the Foundation is part of NDK Financial Services quest to contribute effectively to socio economic development of Ghana through education, infrastructure and sports.

It will coincide with the NDKS 25th Anniversary Lecture to be attended by dignitaries from all walks of life.

The Guest Speaker for the lecture is the Vice Chancellor of the University of Ghana, Professor Ernest Aryeetey.

He will speak on the theme: The Politics of Educational Reforms in Ghana. The event will create a platform to interrogate various educational policies that have been implemented and to evaluate their impact on Ghana’s development agenda with respect to human capital development.

The Chairman for this event is Mr. Anis Haffar, an Educationist, Trainer of Teachers, and Author.

Managing Director of NDK Financial Service Oko Nikoi Dzani says his company pride itself in giving back to society after being in existence for twenty five years.

“We understand our business does not exist in a vacuum, as such we are mindful of the impact we have on our community and the nation as a whole. Our CSR is focused primarily on Education and Sports and we have over the years supported our community in innumerable ways,’ he added.


Recognizing education as a powerful tool in Social and Economic Development NDK has over the years sponsored students through the tertiary and secondary education levels. NDK currently sponsors the educational needs of four (4) students at the Tertiary and SHS levels.

The company in the past has sponsored brilliant medical students within the Osu community and today these individuals are qualified doctors making a contribution to our nation.

By: Ghana/Ultimatefmonline.com/106.9fm