As part of its corporate Social Responsibility, Apsonic Ghana Limited, Distributors of Apsonic Motorcycles have made a donation of items worth thousands of cedis to the Tesano Divisional Police Command in Accra. The donation was meant to bolster the police in their effort to fight against crime and to keep the country safer and secured. Among the items donated were 50 police branded reflector Vests, 20 bags, 40 apsonic branded t - shirts, 100 ballpoint pens, 50 key holders and caps.
The Company's Accra Branch Manager, Iddi Mohammed Saani, who led a team to do the donation commended the police for their efforts aimed at clamping down on crime. The manager pointed out the reflector vests are meant to help police who patrol the roads and highways to stay safe while ensuring motorists adhere to traffic regulations. He assured that his outfit will continue to support the security agencies, especially the police, to effectively discharge their professional duties.
Divisional Commander of the Police Station, ACP Oduro Amaning, who received the items was grateful to Apsonic Motors for the support rendered to the police in recent times, saying that with crime appearing pervasive such support from the public was needed to combat criminal activities in the society. ACP Amaning promised the items will be used for the purpose for which they were given.
It is the second donation made to the police by the Motor Manufacturing and distribution company in a matter of weeks following the handing over of two jungle motorbikes, 100 hundred reflector vests and 10 infrared thermometer devices to the Northern Regional Police Command.
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