Goldstar Air(Wings Of Ghana)together withE-Station, a Chinese logistics company on Tuesday, September 29, 2020, donated assorted personal protective equipment (PPE’s)to the Ghana PoliceServiceat their headquarters in Accra to boast their daily activitiestowardsCOVID-19 pandemic.
The items were presented on behalf of both companies by Eric Bannerman, the Executive Chairman/CEO of Goldstar Air, and Jibiao YE of E-stations Logistics International Limited and were received commissioner of Police (COP) Mr. Samuel Monney, Director-General Technical on behalf of the Inspector-General of Police, Mr. JamesOppong-Boanuh, and thanked them for their contribution to the fight and prevention of COVID-19. He assured them that the Police will make use of the items to demonstrate the Presidential directives of the mandatory wearing of face shields and nose masks.
“Social distancing, restrictions on movement within and between countries, and new rules and regulations on who can work, and from where, have turned lives upside down. These developments have added new tasks forthepolice organisation. And they have changed the demands on, and expectations of, policing at a time when resources are already stretched —in part due to absenteeism directly caused by COVID-19.”
The police organisationmust deal with operational duties while protecting themselves against the infection and in this kind gesture, we, a proudly wholly owned Ghanaian airline is here to fully support the Police officers to give off their best and stay out of harm.
The presentation formspart of Goldstar Air’s Corporate Social Responsibility to assist the management of the GhanaPoliceServiceas it goes about with theirobligation in the face of the Coronavirus plague.”
“Goldstar Air’scorporate social responsibility is a concept whereby the airline integratessocial and environmental concerns in their business operations and interactions with stakeholdersand will be extending to other institutions as well. The airline will be working closely with the security agencies like the Ghana Police Service for In-flight security, as theytravel as Air Marshalls with the purpose of protecting our aircraftsand our passengers against acts of unlawful interference.
Our intention as Ghanaians, is to build a state-of-the-artand trend-setting aviation industry able to compete within the international market in terms of safety, quality, reliability, punctuality, efficiency and costs and would improve the Ghanaian economy through the provision of affordable and available international travel and provide job opportunities.
The airline’s impressive strides in corporate social responsibility, corporate vision, inspiration and pioneering innovations in Ghana are critical parts of the country’s transformation agenda toward economic growth.”The items presented on behalfof both companies by Eric Bannerman, the Executive Chairman/CEO of Goldstar Air and Jibiao YE of E-stations Logistics International Limited and were received byCommissioner of Police (COP)Mr. Samuel Monney, Director-General Technical on behalf of the Inspector-General of Police,Mr JamesOppong-Boanuh,and thanked them for their contribution to the fight and prevention of COVID-19.He assured them that the Police will make use of the items to demonstrate the Presidential directives of the mandatory wearing of face shields and nose masks.
Goldstar Air is a wholly owned Ghanaian airline and will be initially flying to twelve destinations namely London, Baltimore Washington International Airport, Dubai, Providence International Airport, Guangzhou, Dakar, Lagos, Monrovia, Abidjan, Freetown, Conakry, Banjul and pending cities, Atlanta-Georgia, Chicago-Illinois and Houston-Texas.
Goldstar Air is also projecting a fleet of more than one hundred (100) modern aircrafts to a network of more than ninety (90) key business and leisure destinations across Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia Pacific, Caribbean and North America.Present to grace the occasion were officials from Goldstar Air included the Director of Cargo Mr John Ashong-Mettle , Mr. Charles Nettey (Airport Manager), Mr Michael Neequaye (Cabin Crew), Ms Rachael Quaynor (Cabin Crew), Justina Mckenzi(Cabin Crew), Dorinda Damprane (Cabin Crew), Mr Edmund Lamptey (Cabin Crew), Ms Emelia Yeboah Boateng (Cabin Crew), , Mr Edwin Lamptey (Cabin Crew), Ms Excel Norman (Cabin Crew) and Mr Maxwell Anafo (Staff of E-stationLogistics Limited).
Accompanying the Commissioner of Police(COP)to receive the Personal Protective Equipments(PPE’s)wereASP Mr Tenku, CPL Bernice Naa Lamiley Lamptey, Chief/Inspector Angela, L/CLP Benedicta Brago, Inspector John Mensah, Adamu Ibrahim
Written by: Beauty Agama(Reporter Hbtv.com)