NPP’s Parlous Quashie gifts water storage facility to Ghana Police in Amedzikope

A business mogul based in Ketu South, Mr Parlous Kwablatse Quashie, has handed over a renovated three thousand capacity water storage unit to the police at Amedzikope near Kpoglu in the Ketu South Municipality.

The water storage facility which was formally in a very deplorable state made it very difficult for the police personnel in that area to have access to good drinking water.

Mr Parlous Quashie, a former constituency secretary of the NPP in Ketu South noted that it was very necessary to provide the police personnel good drinking water to support them as they keep the peace and protect lives and properties in the community.

Mr Quashie noted that this was his quota to support the work of government and the community as well.

Mr Quashie Parlous also pledged to address sanitation issues in the Amedzikope Police station to make their work more effective and efficient.

Mr Parlous Quashie who recently won two leadership awards urged institutions and business men and women to always make it a point to extend a helping hand to the police in their respective communities.

He has been involved in other developmental projects like reshaping of some minor roads, renovation of some schools, donation of street lights, cash donations among others in the Ketu South area.

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