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Ghana National Gas Company Ltd has been rewarded with an excellence award in the gas industry.

Ghana National Gas Company (Ghana Gas) has won the accolade as a leading gas industry provider and due to the hard work of the management and employees; the company has been awarded with the Summit of Leaders special prize "Excellence in Quality" during this year's "International Achievements Forum".

The International Achievements Forum was hosted on Tuesday, April 17, 2018 in the Institute of Directors in London, the famous business elite meeting point in the UK by the Summit of Leaders and with support of the Academic Union among others.

The programme attracted high profile delegates from the world of business.

During the event, the Chief Executive of Ghana Gas, Ben Asante was commended for his leadership qualities resulting in a successful management of the company.

"Here, in 'EBA Global' Community, we wish Mr. Ben Asante new achievements in professional field and we are convinced that Ghana National Gas Company Limited will significantly benefit from the deserved Summit of Leaders award and European recognition and will be inspired by it for further professional successful development", the award conferrers - the Socrates Nomination Committee - stated.

The Summit of Leaders prize "Excellence in Quality" awarded to Ghana Gas outlined the company's achievements, a higher business profile and an enhanced reputation contributing to the success of business.

Source: Ameyaw Adu Gyamfi/Peacefmonline.com/Ghana

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