The management of Kenstep Microfinance has announced plans of organising a number of events like seminars and workshops to upgrade the skills of the players in the creative industry in the country.
The management mentioned that there are so many young and talented artistes in the country who are ready to be hyped but are not being supported as expected.
The company has stated its readiness to collaborate with the stakeholders in the creative industry to ensure that the best for the industry is achieved.
In view of that, it said the company is set to help discover such talented artistes, groom them and later present them to the world.
The management of the company made these known when it presented a cheque for GH¢5,000 to Curtis Nketiah who is suffering from a complex hole-in-heart condition known as the ventricular sceptical defect (VSD) for his surgery.
The total cost of the surgery is the cedi equivalent of $8, 000.
Presenting the cheque to the father of Curtis Nketiah, Kwabena Nketiah, the general manager of Kenstep Microfinance Limited, Daniel Nartey Yebuah, said the donation formed part of Kenstep social responsibility, adding that Kenstep Microfinance is a reference point of microfinance business in Ghana.
Receiving the cheque on behalf of his son, Kwabena Nketiah thanked the company for the donation and appealed to individuals and organisations to emulate steps taken by Kenstep Microfinanace Limited.
On his part, the finance manager of Kenstep Microfinance, James Kojo Ahenakwa, said his outfit prides itself in consistency delivery and strong financial results whilst catering for the need of both institutions and individuals.