The Odotobri Rural Bank is spending Gh¢14,870.00 in various community-based development projects in the Ashanti region.
In line with its corporate social responsibility programmes, the Bank has responded to the needs of seven public institutions within its operational catchments.
These include the Amansie Central Education Office which receives financial support in the training of newly appointed teachers and the conduct of the district’s Annual School Census.
The Nsima Electoral Area in Kumasi gets ten sets of security lights to help curb incidents of armed robbery attacks in the Agric Nsima area and environs.
The Jacobu District Police, Nampansah Police Barracks in Bekwai and Pankrono Divisional Police Command are receiving support in the areas of provision of office equipment, toilet facility and construction of a fence wall respectively.
The Bank is also aiding the Jacobu Water and Sanitation Management Team with a motor bike to facilitate mobility of staff in responding to community needs.
Chief Executive Officer of Odotobri Rural Bank, Siaka Baba Ahmed, enjoined beneficiaries to “adopt a maintenance culture to ensure that the fruit of these gestures would be enjoyed by generations”.
The Bank, earlier this year, disbursed Gh¢33,100.00 in scholarships to 92 brilliant but needy students as part of the Bank’s corporate social responsibility.