Kasapreko supports completion of Baatsona Police Station

Ghanaian-owned international beverage firm, Kasapreko Company Limited (KCL) has donated 300 bags of cement to the Ghana Police Service for the completion of the Baatsona Police Station located in Accra.

The cement bags will be used for finishing touches on the new Police building in the area.

According to Mr Gerald Bonsu, Marketing Manager of KCL, the company, which is passionate about Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) since its establishment in 1989, donated cement bags to the Police to further empower them to effectively protect the citizenry.

“The whole company deems it fit to support government. We think that the government cannot do everything by itself, so we consider this donation as our CSR to enable the Kpeshie Division of the Ghana Police Service do a good job of protecting the people and Ghana as a whole,” Mr. Bonsu said.

The Management of Kasapreko led by the Director of Finance, Mr. Emmanuel Teiko, presented the bags of cement to the Kpeshie Divisional Police Commander ACP Victor Gyan-Kyereko and his Police team at the Head Office of Kasapreko.

ACP Gyan-Kyereko, who received the cement bags on behalf of the Ghana Police Service was grateful for the kind gesture adding that the 300 bags of cement would help the Police Service to complete their new structure.

“On behalf of the Police administration and the Kpeshie Divisional Command, I wish to express our sincere gratitude for this donation,” ACP Gyan-Kyereko said.

The Kpeshie Division comprises Sakumono District, Nungua District, Teshie District, La, Osu and Cantonment District. It is one of the biggest Police Divisions in the Greater Accra Region.

“We are also opening a Police post near the Shell Filling Station off the Spintex Road and this donation would go a long way to completing the project. We do not have much to say than to work very hard to justify the 300 bags of cement that has been given to us,” ACP Gyan-Kyereko said.

He commended KCL for assisting the Ghana Police Service and the Kpeshie Division in the past and urged them always to factor the Police Service in its CSR activities.

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