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01.07.2005 Regional News

Procredit touches Kotobabi Police station


Accra, July 1, GNA - Procredit, a financial institution, on Friday painted the Kotobabi Police Station as part of its third anniversary celebration. Workers of the company including the Managing Director painted the premises after which professional painters took over to give it a professional touch.

Mr Martin Gyampoh, Marketing Manager, said the painting of the station's premises cost the Company about 10 million cedis. He said Kotobabi Police Station was chosen because the head office of the Company was in its jurisdiction. The Company he said was not planning an elaborate celebration but would be giving giveaways to their customers. He announced the opening of a branch in Madina, near Accra bringing to five the number of its branches in Accra.

Chief Inspector Matilda Serwaa, Commanding Officer of the Station, expressed her appreciation to the Company and appealed to the public to assist the Police.