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The Managing Director of G4S Security Services, Mr. Michael Gyapah has been inducted into the Ghana Corporate Hall of Fame.

The award was presented at the 2nd Corporate Ghana Hall of Fame event held Friday 31 October 2020 at the Marriott Hotel in Accra.

The Corporate Ghana Hall of Fame is conceptualized as a grouping of selected current and former Chairpersons and Overall Top CEOs in Ghana’s Business Sector whose accomplishments deserve to be recognized and celebrated for posterity to commemorate and emulate.

Mr. Michael Gyapah was inducted with fifteen other accomplished Ghanaian businessmen and distinguished chief executive officers of state institutions and private organizations.

The event was attended by specially selected invitees comprising Government Officials, Ministers of the Economic Sector, and CEOs of regulatory agencies, and top-tier CEOs.

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The purpose of the Hall is to recognize and celebrate professional accomplishments and to provide a forum to collectively contribute to the growth and development of corporate Ghana.

Mr. Gyapah who is currently the Managing Director of G4S Security Services Ghana Ltd was inducted into the hall of fame with a plaque and a citation to acknowledge his knack for business and leadership capabilities while supporting corporate Ghana and the Ghana economy in general.

With a specialization in the development of security solutions and services, G4S Security Services Ghana Ltd has a workforce of over 7000 and continues to provide Manned security services, electronic security solutions, Cash Management Solutions, and Secured Movement of Valuables.

As a result of strict adherence to best practices and good corporate relations, the company is a well-respected member of the Association of Private Security Companies, and contributes well to the economy of Ghana as a top employer.

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Reacting to the induction into the Corporate Ghana Hall of Fame, Mr. Michael Gyapah said “I am elated. Clearly, this is a testament to our business’s contribution as one of the biggest employers in Ghana and the many lives we’ve touched in the nearly 20 years of operations in Ghana.

We aim to expand and diversify to create more opportunities for the Ghanaian youth while supporting and contributing to the continual growth of the Ghanaian Economy.”

 

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Source: Africafeeds.com

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