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Bolloré aids construction of police post at Moa Wharf

April 16, 2021

By Hassan Gbassay Koroma

With effort to contribute in the enhancing of safety and security in their area of operations, Bolloré Transport and Logistics, Thursday, April 15, donated assorted building materials to facilitate the construction of a police post at the Moa Wharf community in the east of Freetown.

Moa Wharf is one of the slum communities located around the Queen Elizabeth II Quay Sea Port in the East End part of Freetown.

Speaking at the donation ceremony at the Freetown Terminal, Queen Elizabeth II Quay office at Cline Town, Head of Communications and Public Relations at Bolloré Transport and Logistics, Gassimu S. Fofana, said the company’s move is to contribute in enhancing safety and security in their surrounding where they operate.

He said the donation of the building materials was a  result of request made by the  Sierra Leone Police (SLP) to have a police post in that part of the city.

He said they have also facilitated the construction of another police post at the  Sea-Side community, adding that it was also important and significate for same to be done at the Moa Wharf Community to ensure police presence and security also.

He said the donated items include two hundred bags of cement, assorted electrical materials, assorted plumbing materials, doors, windows, paints and others.

Receiving the items, Assistant Superintendent of Police, Ansumana Conteh, attached at the Ross Road Police Division, expressed appreciation to Bolloré for answering to their call for supporting the construction of the police post.

He said the post would help the police enhance safety and security in the community at all times.

Also speaking, Chairman of Moa Wharf community, Abubakarr Barrie, thanked the company and described the donation as very important towards enhancing safety and security in their community.

He stated  that over the years there has been a lot of constraints in terms of providing security within the community due to the unavailability of Police Post

He said he strongly believes that with the construction of a police post at the community those challenges will become a thing of the past.

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