President John Dramani Mahama, who made the presentation at a brief ceremony at the National Security Council Secretariat in Accra yesterday, said the vehicles were the first batch of a fleet of vehicles procured for all the security agencies to enhance their work.
The beneficiary and institutions are: the Bureau of National Investigations (BNI), which received two Mitsubishi Rosa buses, 20 Nissan Navara DC/SE pick-ups, 11 Nissan Patrol station wagons, eight each of Nissan Sentra and Nissan Sunny Saloon cars, four Toyota Camry 2 SL, and 30 motorbikes.
The Ghana Prisons Service was given 10 Mitsubishi Rosa buses, 20 Nissan Navara pick-ups, seven Toyota Camry, seven Toyota Prado and 20 Yamaha motorbikes.
The Narcotics Control Board (NACOB) was presented with two Mitsubishi Rosa buses, 15 Nissan Navara pick-ups, three Nissan Patrol station wagons; eight each of Nissan Sentra and Nisan Sunny saloon cars, four Toyota Camry, two Toyota Prado and 20 Yamaha motorbikes.
The National Security Council secretariat had one Mitsubishi Rosa bus, 10 Nissan Navara pick-ups, three each of Nissan Sentra and Nissan Sunny saloon, four Toyota Camry saloon and five Toyota Prado.
Richie Ankrah/Onua 95.1 fm/3news.com]]>