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Ghana: Regulus Investments supports victims of Akosombo Dam spillage

Regulus Investments and Financial Services contributes GH¢10,000 to support over 12,000 victims affected by the recent Akosombo Dam spillage, presenting a donation cheque to Member of Parliament Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa.

At Parliament House, the company was represented by fixed income specialist Ursula Prempeh Dzade and HR/Admin Ms. Abigail Esi Lokko, who handed over the donation cheque to Mr. Ablakwa.

The pleased Member of Parliament expressed that the funds will be directed to the Accountability Committee, contributing to the ongoing resettlement construction project. This initiative aims to provide housing for approximately 1,500 victims who lost their homes and are presently residing in school premises.

Regulus is an expanding financial company in the sector, holding licenses from the Central Bank of Ghana and the Securities and Exchange Commission. The licenses enable their participation in the Ghana Interbank Market and the Ghana Fixed Income Market, respectively.

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