Kyebi Traditional Council donates a 300 acre land for the construction of Fire Service College


The expansion drive of the Ghana National Fire Service has received a big boost after a Three Hundred (300) acre land was donated to the Service by Chiefs and People of Kyebi.

The land which was received by the Chief Fire Officer and his entourage is earmarked for the construction of the Fire Service College . Once completed, the building will be the first training station out of Accra to train Senior Fire Officers.

The Chief Linquist of the Kyebi Traditional Council poured libation and officially handed over the land to the Acting Chief Fire Officer, Julius Kuunuor on behalf of the Ghana National Fire Service.

The Acting Chief Fire Officer then thanked the Chiefs and People of Kyebi for the kind gesture and promised immediate development on the land from next year.

In attendance for this important occasion was the Chief of Kyebi , Osabarima Marfor Kwabrane and his Elders, some Directors of the Service and the Eastern Regional Fire Commander, along with officers from the headquarters and the Eastern Regional Fire Command.

Head of Public Relations-GNFS, ACFOI Timothy Osafo Affum.

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