CEO’s New Year Message
I am extremely grateful to God for seeing the I company through another year. Last year, we went through some very trying times for me as an individual and the company as a whole. However, the tough times could not match the faithfulness and the goodness of God which manifested in many ways. By the grace of God, our company is becoming stronger, bigger and more versatile in our operations. Our expansion work is already underway and we are trusting the Lord our God to show us what to do. We are totally in his hands. In the course of last year, two ofﬁcers and one driver departed the company for various reasons. But we are grateful to God that two very qualiﬁed and experienced engineers, in the persons of Abass Karikari and Klenam Winston Attipoe joined our team. They would help us with the MIDA Project and other projects taking place in Accra, Tema, Kumasi and elsewhere in the country. We have also engaged a qualiﬁed internal auditor, Perpetual Nyarko, to help in re-organizing and bringing more efﬁciency to our internal operations. Nancy Addison Danquah also joined the company last year as my Personal Assistant.
As the team becomes bigger, our wage bill is also rising. But this will need to be complimented by hard work, dedication to duty and honesty from everyone in order for the company to continue to be proﬁtable and adaptable to modern trends. I am grateful to you all for all the hard work in the preceding year. Let’s join our hands together and work hard to the glory of God. God has promised to bless our hard work so I urge you all to keep your eyes on the ultimate goal, the vision of our company, and let’s work with joy for God, Ghana and for ourselves.
Alexie K. Fosu
Hard-working staff of Prefos Limited went home with several mouth-watering awards as part of activities marking this year’s Prayer and Fasting event. The Overall Best Worker Award in the Administration Department was won by Mr. Fred Odei Nkansah. He received the symbolic keys to a Toyota Corolla saloon car. Mr. Akwasi Frimpong also won a Toyota Corolla for emerging the Overall Best Worker in the Electrical Department. Mr. George Acheampong also won a Toyota Corolla for being adjudged the Overall Best Worker in the Transport Department. Three dedicated staff who have served the company faithfully for several years received the CEO’s Special Housing Award. They are Mr. Mario Obodai-Torto, Esther Larbi, and Irene Tutu Sarfo. They would each receive a 100 thousand cedis injection into their housing projects. Mr. Patrick Mintah, one of the company’s most promising drivers won the CEO’s most coveted Special Award. For his price, he took away aToyota saloon car. Other hardworking staff of the company took away several awards, including cash, double-door fridges, deep freezers, laptops, Home theatres, LED digital television sets, and gas cookers among others.
The Company also spent time with the inmates of the Cherubs Orphanage at Santasi-Apire, a suburb of Kumsi. An amount of Fifteen thousand cedis cash and several items worth thousands of cedis was presented to the orphanage. Receiving the items on behalf of the orphanage, the CEO, Elder Osei-Bonsu, was thankful to Prefos Ltd for the donation. He hoped this would mark the beginning of a viable working relationship with Prefos Ltd.