By Alfred K. Dogbey
Dedicated Chairman of the Strategic Security Systems Limited, Mr. Francis Akuamoah Boateng, has been given an Honorary Doctorate (D.L,HonorisCausa) award in Johannesburg, over his transformational leadership role.
The award was conferred on him by a South African Global Institute, International Institute for Governance and Development, IIGD in collaboration with Ghana based Global Center for Transformational Leadership.
The ceremony took place on Tuesday, August 6, this year at the auditorium of the Auckland Park Theological Seminary in Johannesburg, the capital city of South Africa.
The company, which is traditionally called ‘3SiL’, was also presented with a separate award in recognition of its exceptional role in the promotion and enhancement of access to renewable energy, especially solar energy in the energy sector across the nation.
The company has expanded access to solar energy to several rural communities, making life easier, by progressively bringing development and relief in the Ghana’s energy sector.
Presently, 3SiL is the leading supplier of specialized goods and services to government departments and agencies both in Ghana and the USA. The company has divested spreading its tentacles with a vibrant clearing and forwarding agency.
The Strategic Security Systems company, whose solar lighting systems has benefited various institutions, including Ghana Cocoa Board, Ghana Customs and others agencies, according to The Herald’s information was accomplished through the influential role played by Chairman Akuamoah Boateng.
Strategic Security Systems International [3SIL] is an Independent and economically empowered services company, comprising a procurements firm as the parent company, specializing in the procurement of solar lighting systems, solar products, bespoke substrate (customized security printing paper and holographic materials).