The Church of Pentecost, today (July 30, 2020), presented thousand (1000) pieces of face shields to the Ghana Police Service in fulfillment of the church’s social responsibility.
The items were presented to the service by the Administrative Secretary to the General Secretary, Pastor Frank Amoah-Owusu at a short ceremony at the Police National Headquarters in Accra.
As first responders interfacing regularly with the general public, the Church has decided to provide face shields to complement the face masks worn by the Police Officers in their line of duty.
Pastor Amoah-Owusu also used the occasion to urge the public to adhere to the rules and protocols necessary for containing the spread of COVID-19.
The Chief Staff Officer to the IGP, ACP Mr. Joseph Owusu-Ansah, who received the items, commended the Church for the great gesture. He said that the shields will be distributed among the Police MTTD officers currently deployed in the various towns and cities to ensure strict compliance of the face mask directive by the President.
Among the officials at the event was the Director of Public Affairs of the Police Service, ASP Sheila Abyie-Buckman.