HOME FIRE SAFETY CAMPAIGN LAUNCHED

The Second Lady, Mrs. Matilda Amissah-Arthur has launched Home Fire Safety Campaign at the Fire Academy and Training School at James Town in Accra.
The Home Safety Campaign is an initiative of the Ghana National Fire Service aimed at putting in place a strategy to drive home the need to adopt and put in place fire safety measures at home to ensure that, such fires are prevented. This is because, research has shown that most home fires are preventable. However these are the most dangerous fires that claim a lot of lives.

FIRE WATCH MAGAZINE FOR THE GNFS LAUNCHED

The Minister for the Interior, Hon. Prosper Douglas Bani has launched the “FIRE WATCH”, a Half Yearly magazine for the Ghana National Fire Service at the Fire Academy and Training School at James-Town in Accra. Hon. Bani was full of praise for the Transformational Leadership of the Service under the leadership of Dr. Albert Brown Gaisie which has led to the repairs and putting in commission over Eighteen (18) Fire Tenders, which had been grounded and otherwise earmarked for auction, and have been used to open more Fire Stations.

CHIEF FIRE OFFICER PAYS COURTESY CALL ON OTUMFOUR

The Chief fire officer Dr Albert Brown Gaisie has paid a courtesy call on the overload of Asanteman, OtumfuorOsei TutuII at Manhyia Palace. He paid the visit during his just concluded one week official working tour of the Ashanti Region. Accompanied by the Ashanti Regional Fire Commander Assistant Chief Fire Officer Robert Fiadzo, the CFO acquainted himself with the fire situations in the region.The visit was also intended to assess in practical terms the operational preparedness of the fire personnel.

INTERIOR MINISTER COMMENDS GNFS

The Minister for the Interior, Hon. Prosper Douglas Bani has commended the Command of the Ghana National Fire Service for raising the image of the Service. The Minister made the commendation on Friday at the maiden Happy Hour of the Fire Service for its Officers and Men, held at the Fire Academy and Training School at James-Town in Accra.

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