The Chief Fire Officer of GNFS
, Dr Albert Brown Gaisie, voiced gratitude to MTN Ghana for the donation and urged other communication networks to support the service since in other jurisdictions, communication agencies help the emergency services ensure easy emergency responses.
According to the statement, Dr Gaisie has offered his service as a Regional Commander of Greater-Accra, Ashanti and Eastern Regions, and also played different roles in the GNFS
, as the Director of Rural Fires, Director of Research, Development and Monitoring.
Group Corporate Affairs Manager, Gabriel Opoku-Asare, who offered the generator to the GNFS
and the fans to the police, said security services are vital for the existence of business operations.