Pacific Oil donated two new Toyota pickup trucks worth ver GH¢566,000 to the Ghana Police Service to support efforts to improve police community patrol operations. CEO of Pacific Oil Company, Alhaji Zakari Ibrahim observed that there was the need to improve police visibility in all areas to enhance security and ensure safety for all citizens.
“So far, so good. They are doing their best. “So far so good; they are doing their best. That is why we deem it expedient to add our hands [to the effort] so that together they will be able to deliver to expectation,” Alhaji Ibrahim added. Alhaji Ibrahim noted that despite the efforts put in by the police, a lot more was needed to further improve the security situation in Ghana.
“Our population is expanding, and therefore the police patrol will be needed. There are more new areas that have been developed that need to have such patrols to curb crime and its related problems. So I think they are doing their best but more has to be done and that is why we are here to add our little token.”Alhaji Zakari Ibrahim | CEO, Pacific Oil Company,
The Inspector General of Police, Dr. George Akuffo Dampare received the pickup trucks and expressed appreciation to Pacific oil Ghana for adding up to the fleet of the police service, which he said would enhance the effectiveness of police safety patrols in communities. Dr. Dampare assured donors of the continuous efforts by the Ghana Police Service to enforce law and order in Ghana.
Witnesses at the donation event included: Mr. George Alex Mensah (Commissioner of Police), Mr. Fredrick Adu-Anim (Commissioner of Police and Director General of Technical), Mr. Patrick Akologo (Commissioner of Police and Director General, Human Resources), ational Protection Department and Deputy Commissioner of Police Francis Aboagye Nyarko- DG Motor Traffic and Transport Department (MTTD).