Steel and iron rods manufacturing giant, B5 Plus Ghana Limited, has donated GH¢ 5,000 worth of iron rods and building materials to the Ghana Police Service.
The donation made at Oyibi within the Greater Accra Region, on Wednesday November 29, 2017, is in support of the proposed Ghana Police Musical School project.
In a brief remark, during the presentation, Managing Director of B5 Plus Ghana Limited, Bhavesh Kumar Tailor, announced that the gesture formed part of the company’s corporate social responsibility.
According to him, B5 Plus deemed it necessary to support the Police Service because it believed that the project will impact positively on the larger society.
“When we heard that the Ghana Police Service wanted to put up a musical school, we quickly decided to contribute to it as part of our corporate social responsibility,” he stated.
Director of Bands, Ghana Police Central Band, Superintendent Dr. Frank K. Hukporti who received the donation on behalf of the service, lauded the B5 Plus Company for the exceptional support and prayed that other corporate bodies would emulate same.
The idea behind the construction of the musical school, he said, was part of the overall agenda to transform the Ghana Police Service.
The school, he indicated, shall benefit not just the Police Service but the entire Ghanaian populace.
About B5 Plus
B5 Plus Ghana Limited was established about 15 years ago with its corporate headquarters in Tema. It was initially importing steel and iron from Cote d’ Ivoire and South Africa but has grown to the stage where it now exports to other countries.
B5 Plus Limited operates in all the 15 Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) nations.
Source: 3news.com | Ghana