Avcontech company donates security cameras Kwabenya Police station
Avcontech Ghana Limited, a security and technology company in Ghana has donated security cameras to Kwabenya Police station in the Greater Accra Region.
The donation by the indigenous Ghanaian company comes on the back of a recent attack on the station by some armed persons.
It will be recalled that a gang of suspected armed robbers stormed the station to free their convicted mates, killing a police officer in the process.
The CEO of Avcontech Ghana Limited, Nana Ofori Atta emphasized that the donation forms part of his duties as a citizen to assist the government in providing top-notch security services in the country.
He expressed the hope that other Ghanaians with enough resources will come on board and help the government combat the growing rate of crime in the country.
“We know what the police are doing to protect us and so in our own small way, we shall also contribute our quota to the development of our police service and the country. We the also citizens have roles to play in ensuring that the nation is secured.”
“Based on the rampant attacks that have happened I see it as a necessity to ensure that country’s security is tightened a bit and these all influenced the decision to make this donation,” he added.
DSP James Aseidu, police commander in charge of the Kwabenya District Police Station,in an address said, the police also need logistics and help in the discharge of their duty.
“We cherish the donation by AVCONTECH Ghana Limited and I believe that if the cameras had been installed earlier, the attack on the police station would have been averted.”
He added that criminals of late were becoming sophisticated and so the police must also match up with them.
The benevolent Ghanaian entrepreneur has already donated security cameras to the Osu, La, Nima, and Tesano Police Stations.