Trade and Universal Development Corporation fetes thousands on Eid

Trade and Universal Development Corporation (TUDEC) as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has donated parcels of meat to people from all walks of life at a ceremony at its East Legon office in Accra.

The festival which is one of the most important Islamic festival for Muslims is celebrated in a form of sacrifice by slaughtering cows in line with Islamic guidelines and principles.

The gesture is in commemoration of the 2021 Eid-Al-Adha celebrations as TUDEC extended its support and benevolence to the citizenry regardless of religion or origin.

This year’s festival was held in partnership with Time To Help e.v., a non-profit aid organisation based in Germany as the year also marks the 10th anniversary celebration from its humanitarian work.

The meat slaughtering ceremony were held in Accra, Kumasi, Cape Coast, Tamale and Wa as 285 cows were slaughtered and over 6,000 families across the country benefited from the sharing of the meat.

Beneficiaries expressed their joy and urged the Corporation and other stakeholders to continue to show compassion towards the needy and the vulnerable.

According to TUDEC, the gesture must always be celebrated in remembrance to the Islamic virtues and values of Eid-Al-Adha.

TUDEC is a body that exhibits the principles of love, tolerance, promotes and champion dialogue and peaceful co-existence among people and the society at large.

The Corporation seeks to create the right resources and the needed opportunities for everyone to live in harmony and in dignity to enable all contribute their quota to the socio-economic development of the society as well as the country.

Report by Ben LARYEA

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