Liberty Capital Ghana Tema Office survives fire outbreak
Accra, March 19, GNA – The Electricity Company of Ghana power disruptions across the country on Monday led to a fire outbreak at the Tema Office of Liberty Capital Ghana Limited (LCGL), an investment advisory firm.
A statement copied to the Ghana News Agency and signed by Mr Roger Adjovu, Managing Director of Liberty Capital, says the outbreak occurred at about 0930 hours during working hours on the Monday and assured clients that measures were being put in place for work to resume on Tuesday.
The fire, however, was brought under control within with the help of some staff of LCGL and the support of personnel from the Ghana National Fire Service, who arrived later.
The statement praises its staff for the swift manner and the efforts they put in to prevent destruction of the company's assets and more especially the saving of precious life.
LCGL, which manages also investible funds for corporate institutions and individuals, expressed gratefulness to the Ghana National Fire Service officers.
“There was a complete destruction of ECG prepaid metres and LCGL is grateful to God for no injury, loss of life or of data.”
It said work at the Tema Office would be routed through the Osu offices on Monday.
Measures are being put in place to resume work at the Tema office on Tuesday March 20, 2012.