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General News of Thursday, 23 April 2020

Source: Seth Boamah, Contributor

Gold Coast Matcom Limited donates to police

A representative of GCM making the presentation to the Ghana Police Service


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The Gold Coast Matcom Limited has donated products worth forty-three thousand Ghana cedis (GHC43,000) to the Ghana Police Service to aid the security agency in its fight against Coronavirus.

The items, presented on April 22 included 700 litres of Talia oil, 100kg of Nutella, 144000 Eveready flash lights and 200 bottles of incolac milk drink.
These items were presented by Mrs. Clara Appiagyei and Mr. Michael Sorsey on behalf of the company at the National Police Headquarters.

“We are donating these items to the Ghana Police Service to support them in this fight of the global pandemic. During this season, we know it’s a tough time, they will need these items… Our message to Ghanaians is they should stay safe and adhere to the preventive protocols,” said Sorsey.

“On behalf of the Inspector General of Police, we want to say a big thank you to your company for thinking about our frontliners and making sure you’ve given some variety of items to support them in the work they are doing. We’re so grateful… We want to assure you that we’ll continue the work we’re doing to ensure every Ghanaian is safe,” said COP Monney, a representative of the police.

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