The Fodome Traditional Council led by Togbega Gbedeblema Akpatsa II, has donated office furniture and electronic appliances to the Fodome Police Station in the Hohoe Municipality.
The donation includes four sets of office furniture, one double-deck fridge, one tabletop fridge, a 32″ LED television, two wall clocks, and five ceiling fans.
Presenting the items, Togbega Gbedeblema Akpatsa II indicated that the donation will go a long way to enhance the work of the Police at the station. He added that efforts are underway to procure a vehicle for the station.
Togbega in a strong warning to his elders intimated that “under no circumstance should the kind gesture be the basis for unwarranted interferences in the work of the Police in Hohoe.
The Hohoe Divisional Police Commander, Chief Superintendent Mr. Jonathan A. Lamptey who received the items on behalf of the Police administration, thanked the Traditional Council for the donation and called on other benevolent individuals and organizations to support the work of the Police.
The Commander said motivating the Police is not one that should rest on the shoulders of the government alone but should rather be the responsibility of all.