(Video)C/R: Ghana National Fire Service Conduct a Fire Safety Sensitization Program for Market Women

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To commemorate its 60th anniversary, the Central Regional Ghana National Fire Service (GNFS) conducted a sensitization campaign at the Abura market in Cape Coast, Central Region. The purpose of the campaign was to educate traders about fire safety. Fire officers from various fire stations in the Cape Coast Metropolis joined forces for this exercise, which is also a precautionary measure in anticipation of the Cape Coast Festival in September.

Divisional Officer lll (DO3) Abdul Wasiu Hudu, the Public Relations Officer for the Central Regional Fire Service, emphasized that this is not the first or last time such initiatives will take place in the region. Given that trade plays a significant role in Ghana’s economy, particularly in markets like Kotokuraba and Abura, the Fire Service maintains a constant engagement with traders regarding fire safety. Traders at the Abura market expressed their gratitude for the awareness created by the Central Regional Fire Service, noting that they have learned valuable lessons from the sensitization exercise.

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