COP Donates Audio-Visual Equipment To Ghana Police Service
The Church of Pentecost has donated some state-of-the-art audio-visual equipment to the Public Affairs Directorate of the Ghana Police Service in order to aid their work.
The items donated include a studio and live monitoring HD280 Sennheiser Headphone, Apple iMac 27’’ Screen, an Ultra Studio 4k, and a Hyper deck Studio and its accessories.
The audio-visual equipment were presented to officials of the Ghana Police Service on behalf of the Church by the General Secretary, Apostle Alexander Nana Yaw Kumi-Larbi, at a short presentation ceremony on January 16, 2019, at the Church’s Headquarters at La in Accra.
The event was witnessed by Pastor Nicholas Darko (Finance and Administration Director, COP-Headquarters), Pastor Osei Kojo Abunyewah (IT Manager, COP Headquarters) and Elder Nicholas Sarpong-Kumankoma (Chief Human Resource Manager, COP Headquarters).
According to the General Secretary, the donation is in line with the Church’s 5-year vision (dubbed “VISION 2023”) to partner and support the Ghana Police Service to enable them to effectively discharge their duty of maintaining law and order in the country.
Receiving the items, D/Inspector Daniel Anane expressed gratitude to the Church for their continuous support to the Police Service and assured that the equipment would be taken good care of and used for its intended purpose.
Among those present at the event were: G/L/CPL Mohammed Ibrahim and G/Const. Gilbert Freeman Asante both of the Ghana Police Service.