Mr Osman Musah, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Insaan Company Limited, has been awarded the celebrated title of the Most Respected CEO on the sixth Ghana Industry CEO Awards in Accra.
This recognition marks a major milestone for each Mr Musah and his firm, affirming their dedication to excellence within the Construction Industry.
Insaan Company Ltd is a development agency that launched into its journey in 2005, and has been a key participant in shaping each the non-public and public sectors in Ghana.
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The firm’s dedication to delivering high quality tasks has earned them a stellar fame within the business.
Operating with a imaginative and prescient that extends past the borders of Ghana, Insaan Company aspires to depart an indelible mark on the worldwide development panorama within the close to future.
The Ghana Industry CEO Awards, now in its sixth yr, stands as an annual beacon, recognising excellent CEOs throughout numerous sectors in Corpocharge Ghana.
In an acceptance speech, MrMusah stated: “I’m humbled and honoured to be the recipient of this coveted award. It feels nice to know that somebody somethe place appreciates what you do and the way that impacts positively on the operation of your organisation. This award is just going to spur me and my firm to larger heights, Insha Allah.
“I thank the organisers for this award. I want to dedicate this award to in the beginning my purchasers who’ve stored religion with the corporate, with out whom the award wouldn’t have been doable.
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Secondly, to the workers and staff of Insaan Company Ltd whose laborious work, ardour and zeal for excellence and dedication to the mission of the corporate has made this doable, and final however not the least goes to my household and associates for his or her unflinching help and prayers. I can guarantee you that that is only the start of higher and larger issues to come back sooner or later Insha Allah.”
The award choice course of is a democratic one, involving nominations from the Ghanaian common public who meticulously shortlist deserving CEO’s.
BY TIMES REPORTER