Gold Coast Matcom Ltd, donated a GHS43,000-package of food and essential supplies to the Ghana Police Service as the company’s contribution to ‘Operation COVID Safety,’ which is currently underway to enforce directives on public gathering, social distancing and school and border closures. Representatives of the Gold Coast Matcom Mrs. Clara Appiagyei and Mr. Michael Sorcey presented the package, which included:
- 192 Eveready flash lights
- 14,400 EverReady batteries
- 100kg Nutella
- 700 litres of Talia oil and
- 200 bottles of Incolac milk beverage , all worth GHS43,000 according to the donors.
Mrs. Clara Appiagyei encouraged Ghanaians to keep supporting the national effort and to stay safe and help to defeat COVID-19.
Director-General Technical of the Ghana Police Service COP Samuel Monney received the gift supplies on behalf of the Inspector-General of Police. COP Monney expressed appreciation of the Police Administration to Gold Coast Matcom Ltd and reiterated the call to the general public to comply with the precautionary measures put in place to help eradicate the coronavirus pandemic.
The Ghana Police Service played a frontal role, along with other security agencies, in the enforcing of the three-week lockdown imposed by President Akufo-Addo. Following the lifting of the partial lockdown, the police is still actively enforcing other government directives.
Gold Coast Matcom Ltd are distributors of brands such as Dimes Fruit Juice, Energizer batteries, Ferrero chocolates, Incolac milk products, Nutella spreads, Pascual yogurts, Talia sunflower among others.
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