Mamfe (E/R), Dec. 5, GNA - The Kyidom Traditional Council in the Akuapem Traditional Area has donated a desktop computer and a printer to the Mamfe Police station to help provide efficient service to the public.
Four other institutions including the Mamfe Presby, Methodist and Obosomase Junior High Schools (JHS) and the Kyidom Council Secretariat also received a computer each with a printer.
Osabarima Ansah Sasraku, the Kyidomhene and Chief of Mamfe, said the computers were provided by some Mamfe citizens to support his development agenda of mobilizing support for ailing institutions in the area.
He said the Mamfe Police station has no computer so it often relies on commercial business centres to type confidential and security documents, a situation not for a security institution, hence the donation.
He said apart from the computers, the Tetteh Quarshie Memorial Hospital at Mampong, currently the only hospital serving the entire people on the Akuapem ridge had also been presented with a brand new ambulance.
Osabarima Ansah Sasraku thanked the donors for responding to his appeal and urged other chiefs to rally their people to support government in its development agenda, adding that government alone could not do all.
Police Chief Inspector Collins Frimpong, Station Officer of the Mamfe Police station, thanked the Osabarima for the gesture adding that the items would be used for their stated purpose.