Brong Ahafo Regional Fire Service Salutes Retired Officers

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The Brong-Ahafo Regional command of the Ghana National Fire Service
(GNFS) has commended the out-going fire commander, (ACFO) Kwame
Apraku Larbi who has been transferred to Accra; as well as other fire
officers in the region who are proceeding on retirement for their
gallant roles that they played to ensure fire safety during their term
in the service.

Brong Ahafo Regional Fire Commander, Samuel O. Adade speaking at the
send off ceremony in Sunyani said: “Fire service is a family work
because all activities and corporations of the service are deeply
dependent on team work. People come from different backgrounds and
religious orientations upon joining the service come together and with
the objectives of saving lives and properties.”

“We are overwhelmed with sadness because mentors, fathers, mothers,
sisters and brothers we have known and worked with the greater part of
our working life are either proceeding on transfer or retirement.
However, on the flip-side we are happy because though you might not
always be with us as you use to be, we sincerely believe that your
experience will be at work and being apart equally means expansion of
our networks.”

He encouraged the retirees to join the Retired Fires Association and
use that opportunity to pass on/share their experience with serving

He said they should you this opportunity to pick up supporting others
and nurture the little peak within them and start leaving the life
that they wanted to.

Deputy Brong Ahafo Regional Minister, Hon. Justice Samuel Adjei said
the retirees deserves the commendation because they served the
region with their maximum best at a period where working resources was

“If they are retiring today, we need not to leave them on their family
alone, we will continue to remember the good works they’ve done as
they leave Ghana National Fire Service at very intent.”

“I would like to use this opportunity to advice you (GNFS) to continue
with your sensitization and educational programs so that the people
will understand the do’s and don’t s to enable us to continuing have
our peace as far as fire outbreaks are concerned in this country.”

D.O. II Godson Negble who spoke on behalf of his colleague retirees
urged officers who are in the service to continue with the good work
that they are leaving behind and also thanked them for their
corporations during their term of office.

He added, “Though we are leaving the service but we are always ready
to assist you with our experience anytime that you call on us.”

By: Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku

Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku

I am a Ghanaian Broadcast Journalist/Writer who has an interest in General News, Sports, Entertainment, Health, Lifestyle and many more.

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