Zongovation Hub gets support from Allied Consortiums

Zongovation Hub – a non-governmental organization (NGO) that trains individuals in Information Communication Technology (ICT) has gotten monetary help from Allied Consortiums, a South African-based structural designing organization with branches in Ghana.

Zongovation Hub, on Monday, got a money gift of GHC30,000 from Allied Consortiums, to help in the execution of their training workshops for youth in the country.

Zongovation, an NGO established in 2018, has throughout its establishment prepared about 500 young men and ladies in site development, mobile application development, digitized media, coding, data management, and other ICT-related exercises.

Mr. Benjamin Kofi Quashie Group Chairman of Allied Consortium said they wanted to help the Hub since they have a similar vision and mission.

He said the deed was essential for their endeavors to help social improvement in the country, justifying their choice to offer financial help to the Hub to help in the execution of their exercises.

Mr. Quarshie said they would keep on supporting the exercises of the Hub, in their future plans having opened a branch in Ghana.


Mr. Isaac Kwame Penni Chief Executive Officer of Allied Consortiums lauded the Hub for the help they have given to the young people of the country.

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He went ahead to say, plans were set to further help as an approach to controlling social indecencies in the country.

Mr. Alhassan Khalid Director of Finance and Administration communicated appreciation to Allied Consortiums for supporting his company.

As per Mr. Khalid, they might have provided training to more youngsters to procure ICT abilities, yet were held back by financial assets, subsequently, the help had come at an ideal time.

He said the assets would be put to wise use as they look to train more young men and ladies to be financially free.

Allied Consortium works in the space of civil engineering, construction, real estate, mining, ICT services, and oil and gas.

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