Carson City, NV, August 11, 2022 — McapMediaWire — The President of the $160 million P2A Hospital Project, Dr. Alioune Badara Faye, has secured the support of Senegal’s Ministry of Health to proceed. Under the Senegal Foreign Investment Act, Zicix Corporation (OTC Pink: ZICX) in partnership with the Polyclinique de L’Amitie et de L’Alliance (P2A) will receive investment incentives from the Government of Senegal to bring the healthcare facility to fruition.
Located in Dakar, the Senegalese company P2A has organized more than 200 medical practitioners, mostly from France and Africa, to staff the facility once completed. In addition to P2A and Zicix, the project will include support from the Ministry of Health of Senegal as well as health insurance companies. The hospital developer will follow guidelines set forth by the US Public Health Service from inception to completion.
Zicix Corporation Chairman, William Petty, has given the green light to its operating company, CTIP First Investment, Inc. (CTIP-FII), to sign a Project Development Contract with P2A President, Dr. Alioune Badara Faye, in order to begin the development of the project consisting of 300 hospital beds, 250 hotel/dormitory rooms, and a 5 MW Solar Energy Project in Dakar.
About the Corporations:
Zicix Corporation (OTC Pink: ZICX) Originally founded as a service provider to the Healthcare industry, the Zicix Corporation has recently been restructured with the intention of acquiring and developing technology applications designed for service companies in consumer, retail and other industries.
CTIP First Investment, Inc. (CTIP-FII) is a private investment and project development company, involved in undertaking development projects for both the Government and the Private Sectors respectively. CTIP-FII designs and brings the right financial engineering to project owners and creditors to fund development undertakings and permanent mortgage. www.ctip-fii.com
Polyclinique de L’Amitie et de L’Alliance (P2A) is a corporation engaged in the development and operation of hospitals and satellite medical offices in Africa.
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