Dr. Daniel McKorley, The Chairman of the McDan Group of companies has revealed that during an interview with Accra media that he’s not focusing on how rich he can become but the most important thing is to assist as many youths as possible.
“I don’t believe in growing in isolation; it is not the best and that is why a number of my initiatives such as the McDan Entrepreneurship Challenge which enters its season two in a few weeks are carefully tailored to support the youth and budding entrepreneurs. My principle is that the generation after me must derive benefits from my hard work, ”
The business mogul added;
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“My passion and commitment to help the youth develop stems from my background and personal experiences growing up. If God has brought me this far, I need to help. It is not about how rich McDan is but the number of people I help and whose lives I touch, the number of people who can point to me and say but for me they would not have been where they are – that is the legacy I desire to leave behind.”