Kingdom Exim Ghana Ltd donated 1,000 tree and ornamental flower seedlings to the Tema Metropolitan Assembly (TMA) in support of the beautification project for the newly opened Tema Motorway interchange. President Akuffo Addo planted one of the seedlings to start the beautification process in commemoration of World Environment Day. CEO of Kingdom Exim Mr. James Rajamani told GNA that the gift was the company’s modest contribution to the support the beautification of Tema Port City.
Mr. Rajamani said the flower seedlings would be planted in the inner permeter of the interachange while the trees would be set for the periphery. He announced that Kingdom Exim was working with TMA to implement a Greeing Tema Project, which is part of the Tema Restoration Agenda. The company also has plans to extend the greening project to all public schools to encourage the development of serene environments for learning and teaching.
Mr. Felix Mensah Nii Anang-La, Tema Metropolitan Chief Executive received the donated seedlings and commended Kingdom Exim for the company’s environmental stewardship. Mr. Anang-La noted that beyond the aesthetic benefits of planning trees around the interchange, it would also deter deter encroachers and prevent indiscriminate siting of billboards along the the stretch of the road.