“We are honest and firm in the delivery of products and services and as such do not compromise the required and acceptable standards of service delivery.”
When the word integrity pops up, lots of things come into play. C.S Lewis defines it as “doing what is right even when no is watching”; Tony Dungy defines it as “the choice between what’s convenient and what’s right”. The best definition so far that best describes what it is, defines it as “choosing courage over comfort; choosing what is right over what is fun, fast, or easy; and choosing to practice our values rather than simply professing them.” The source however is unkown.
The War Horn of Integrity
Our integrity symbol, the “Akoben” (war horn), is an Akan “Adinkra” symbol which signifies vigilance and wariness. Thus, we are extremely vigilant in ensuring that we do not compromise, for any reason, the required and acceptable standards of service delivery. Our pricing of products are fair and true, and so are all of our services that involve monetary exchange.
We believe that integrity is everything. And though we may not see the eyes that watch, we know for a fact that the world is always watching. Feel Africa!