KGL Group on Sunday offered one million Ghana Cedis for the first ever 24-carat commemorative gold coin to support the establishment of a cultural resource centre. The centre will employ the latest technology and Information Technology platforms to promote activities related to traditional and customary conflict resolution in Ghana.
Executive Chairman of the KGL Group, Alex Dadey, speaking at a ceremony to launch the commemorative gold coins and celebrate Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, expressed his appreciation for the Asantehene’s remarkable achievements.
Mr. Kadey, who is also the Board Chairman of the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC) said it is befitting that the 16th Asantehene presents a value-added Commemorative Gold Coin to the world.
“The excellent concept to create this Commemorative Gold Coin is by royal assent, from Ghana. The gold in the coin was mined in Ghana. It was refined in Ghana and produced in Ghana.”
In launching the commemorative gold coins, with the golden stool on one side and Otumfuo Osei Tutu II on the other, Mr. Dadey pledged to significantly support Asanteman in its development, as “the Ashanti region is the second-largest market for our operations as KGL Group and such deserves a great deal of our attention”.Share on: