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Serene Insurance Unveils Corporate Cloth

Serene Insurance, a member of the First Sky Group and a leading general insurance company has unveiled its corporate cloth to reinforce its strategic brand influence and identity. The corporate cloth is part of the renewed tactical measures to project and deepen a top-of-mind awareness of Serene’s brand as the New Face of Insurance. The […]
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Executive Chairman of First Sky Group Wins Humanitarian of the Year Award

Executive Chairman of First Sky Group, Eric Seddy Kutortse, has been adjudged the ‘Humanitarian of the Year’ at the 2023 edition of the Ghana Philanthropy Awards held on November 17, 2023, at the La Pal Beach Hotel. The award celebrates his visionary leadership, which particularly encompasses his role in unprecedented, continued service to the advancement […]
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Allocate sufficient funds to education and infrastructure – First Sky Group Chairman to government

The Chairman of First Sky Group Limited, Eric Kutortse, has called on governments to prioritise education. Speaking at the 70th-anniversary celebration of Kpando Secondary School, he emphasised the need for sufficient funds, infrastructure, effective policies, and equitable access to quality education for all children, regardless of their socio-economic background. Mr Kutortse cautioned against basing educational […]
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First Sky Boss launches Infrastructure Fund for KPASEC with GH¢1m seed capital

The Executive Chairman of First Sky Group, Eric Seddy Kutortse has launched an Infrastructure Fund for his alma mater, Kpando Secondary School, in Kpando in the Volta Region. He provided a seed capital of ¢1 million and urged his colleagues old students and corporate entities to contribute towards the fund, to resolve the school’s infrastructure […]
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First Sky Group Supports Flood Victims …Donates Items Worth GH₵1million & GH₵2.5million Insurance Package

The First Sky Group has come to the aid of victims of the Akosombo dam spillage with support of items worth GH₵1million, together with an insurance package also totaling GH₵2.5million. The company’s philanthropic gesture was in response to the Government’s call on corporate Ghana to contribute its quota to alleviate the suffering of the flood […]
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