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Agro Ecom Ghana Limited (AGL), a Cocoa Buying Company has donated Five Yamaha Motor Bikes worth eight thousand five hundred Ghana cedis  (GH¢ 8,500) to the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS)  to aid the Border Patrol Personnel in  patrolling  the country’s frontiers.

Presenting the motor bikes to the Service, the Director of Corporate Affairs for  AGL, Victus Dzah, said the donation  is  part of their Corporate Social Responsibility to contribute their widows might to help make society a better place for all. He  expressed the hope that though the number of the bikes presented was inadequate,  it will nevertheless help to  alleviate the plight of the Border Patrol personnel to some extent.

The Deputy Director incharge of Administration- Judith D. Lomoh receiving the Keys to the bikes from the Deputy Administrative Manager for (AGL West African Regional Office)- Zelda Poku

Receiving the Motor bikes on behalf of the GIS, the Deputy Director in charge of Finance and Administration, Mrs. Judith Dzokoto - Lomoh was full of appreciation to the AGL for the gesture and said the donation is timely since the Border Patrol Personnel are in  dire need for the motor bikes to enable effective patrolling of the borders especially in areas where accessibility is a challenge.

She assured AGL that the Motor bikes would be put into good use to serve the purpose for which it was given. Mrs. Dzokoto- Lomoh called on other organizations to emulate the gesture to equip the Border Patrol Personnel to better patrol and protect the borders from undesirable persons who would want to enter the country through unproved routes.










Snr. Insp / Public Affairs
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