The Atta-Mills Institute’s Community Improvement Programme (CIP) Initiative, took off in earnest this morning (Saturday, September 18, 2021), when the needed Traditional prayers were rendered for the siting of a corn mill and cassava mill in a rural community close to Aburi, called, Gonten.

Founder and CEO of AMI, Samuel Koku Anyidoho, joined the people of Gonten for the prayers to evoke the thankful spirits of the departed fathers of the Land to pour their blessings on the Project.

The People; very grateful for the gesture, prayed for the blessings of the Most High to pour down endlessly on AMI.

While breaking ground for work to commence, Founder and CEO of AMI, Koku Anyidoho, gave ultimate thanks to God Almighty for making it possible for AMI to breath life into its CIP Agenda.

Koku Anyidoho has continued to refer to the Gonten project, as, AMI’s “Covenant Project”, and has said with deep faith that the hand of help extended to the people of Gonten shall open the doors of heaven for divine blessings upon AMI.

God-willing, the Prohect which includes a new structure as well as the mills and other accessories, should be ready for commissioning in a months time. 

To God Almighty be the glory for the great things He has done and the greater things He shall do.