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The Comptroller - General receiving the items on behalf of GIS from the Chinese Ambassardor

The Chinese Embassy has donated items worth one hundred thousand Cedis (Gh¢ 100.000.00) to the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS). The items include fifty Helmets, Boots, Rain Coats, and Bullet Prove Jackets.

Presenting the items, to the GIS, the Chinese Ambassador to Ghana H.E. Sun Baohong, said the items were purchased by the Embassy to assist the GIS in the performance of its duty. She hinted that the embassy is mobilizing the Chinese business in the country to provide the Service with motor bikes as well.

Madam Baohnog said the Chinese Government appreciates the long standing relationship between the Republic of Ghana and China and expressed the hope that it would grow from strength to strength.

The Comptroller - General receiving the items on behalf of GIS from the Chinese Ambassardor

She assured the Service that the Chinese citizens in the country will be educated to abide by the rules and regulations of Ghana and   operate within the legal framework of the law so that the two countries can have smooth relationship with each other.

Receiving the items on behalf of the GIS, the Comptroller – General, Felix Yaw Sarpong, stated that the presentation is a response to a request made to the Embassy to equip the Service.  He expressed joy at the timely response by the Embassy especially now that the Service has a new Law that empowers its personnel to wield arms in the performance of its duties.

He called on other international bodies within the country and abroad, NGO’s, and Investors to partner the Service build an eight story Headquarters Complex on a plot of land adjacent the current headquarters.







Snr. Insp / Public Affairs
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