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14.11.2010 Press Release


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Mr. Paul Tawiah Quaye, The Inspector General of Police explaining a point to the Media during a presentation of two Saloon Pick-up's worth $50,000 from Benand Gonow Auto Company Limited and Zhejian Group Gonow China at the Police Headquarters in Accra.

Looking on are Bishop Dr.Benjamin Arko Harrison the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Benand Gonow and Rev. Andrews Kofi Asiedu,Managing Director of Benand Gonow.

Making the Presentation, The CEO of Benand Gonow, Bishop Arko Harrison noted that the two pick-up trucks presented to the police is to help the force combat the high rate of armed robbery in the country.

He said Gonow vehicles are very robust and built to meet the ruggedness of tough terrains and has suspension for optimum durability.

He stressed Benad Gonow are a blend of Toyota, Mitsubishi, and Isuzu engines and have very low fuel consumption.

(Mr. Paul Tawiah Quaye, Inspector General of the Ghana Police Service (IGP) who received the vehicle thanked Benand Gonow Auto Company Limited for their kind gesture and called upon other corporate Institutions to emulate the example of Benad Gonow.

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