rlg, Ghana firms support President’s funeral
GHANABy BiztechAfrica - Aug. 8, 2012, 8:39 a.m.
Mobile phone firm rlg Communications is among several Ghanaian companies to have made donations for the funeral of the late President this week.
rlg Communications Limited has handed over GHC 500,000 to the government of Ghana towards the organisation the funeral for President John Evans Atta Mills, who died last month.
The three-day funeral, which starts today, will conclude with the burial of the late President on Friday.
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