The CEO of the popular Marwako Fast Food, Alhaji Marwan Mohammed Shaaban has expressed gratitude to his fellow Ghanaian compatriots especially loyal customers of his business during what he described as the challenging times for the fast food business chain.
The affable and generous business executive was amazed with the hundreds of calls and messages he has received since the alleged assault case involving Jihad, a supervisor and Evelyn, a staff of his company hit the public space and went virile.
“I wish to thank our committed and loyal customers for keeping faith with us at this crucial time by patronising our foods to help keep us in business and also preserve the wellbeing of our over three hundred Ghanaian staff,” he said in a statement.
Continuing, he said “I vividly remember how Ghanaians and our loyal customers joined us to overcome the agony and trauma on July 5, 2014 when the Maamobi Branch, one of our chain of restaurants was vandalised and looted by an unknown angry mob. “I singlehandedly reinvested thousands of dollars to refurbish the place for business to get started after a few months.”
“Marwako fast food with four(4) branches within Greater Accra is thinking of moving into other strategic locations in Accra and other regional capitals to replicate the excellent results of the Abelemkpe, Maamobi, Spintex and La branches,” he said.
“We need you more than ever as indispensable partners who have been with us in 2014 when our Maamobi branch was attacked, vandalised and looted. I wish all of us will try to separate the legal matter from the business so the former will not in any way suffer a hindrance,” he indicated.
Continuing he said “I thank God that the issue has got nothing to do with any of our products(food or drinks ) as it were, but a matter involving two of my staff. I wholeheartedly support the legal process to help discover the truth of the matter.”