Ghana Army Gets New Cars

A two member delegation from the Kingsperp Group of Companies has donated three Hyundai i10 Cars to the Army Headquarters in Burma Camp on Thursday, 18 June 2020, to assist in it’s operations.

The delegation was led by Mr Solomon Guzi who said their aim was to support the Directorate of Army Intelligence with their internal security operations in the country. He commended the Army for the professionalism with which they carry out their duties.

The Chief of the Army Staff (COAS), Major General Thomas Oppong-Peprah who received the vehicles, expressed his immense appreciation for the donation.  He mentioned that, this falls in line with his vision to resource the Ghana Army. It would be recalled that Maj Gen Oppong-Peprah recently launched a programme to equip the Army starting with rehabilitation of the Army’s fleet. The COAS therefore, disclosed that the vehicles will be used by the security operatives of the Directorate of Army Intelligence Cell in their intelligence gathering and internal security operations.

He noted that the Army performs a lot of internal security operations in the country to ensure that the country and its citizens were always safe, therefore, individuals and corporate institutions should continue to render their unflinching support to the Ghana Army. The Army Commander described both the Group and the Ghana Army as worthy partners in development.

The Kingsperp Group is an oil and gas marketing company based in Kumasi. They also have an impressive track record in building and construction.