The Immigration Ladies Association (IMMILAC) donated 30 Veronica buckets, 20 rubber bowls, 20 pieces of handwashing liquid soaps and 4 packs of paper towels to the Ghana Immigration Service Academy and Training School (ISATS), to support hygiene practice in fighting the novel coronavirus in both institutions. Presenting the gift package, President of Immigration Ladies Association (IMMILAC) Association Mrs. Judith Dzokoto-Lomoh, who is also Deputy Comptroller-General of Immigration (DCGI), said IMMILAC was happy to support and contribute to national efforts to stem the spread of COVID-19 in Ghana.

Mrs. Dzokoto-Lomoh observed that we were not in normal times and that it was time for female officers demonstrate their motherly care to mankind, especially would-be officers and trainees. The Comptroller-General of Immigration (CGI) Mr. Kwame A. Takyi received the gift and expressed gratitude to IMMILAC. Mr. Takyi said the donated supplies would be dispatched to ISATS at Assin Foso in the Central Region to support operational directives put in place by the Ghana Immigration Service.

IMMILAC was formed in December 2009 as an Association of all female officers of the Ghana Immigration service to help raise the standard of discipline and professionalism among female officers, nurture talents through mentoring and ensure the welfare of members.

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