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GNFS calls for strict adherence to fire safety tips

The fire safety walk was aimed at sensitising residents to adhere to fire safety tips and regulations to reduce cases of fire outbreaks in the region

James Ankrah, the Northern Regional commander of the Ghana National Fire Service (GNFS), has called on the public to strictly comply with fire safety tips to reduce cases of fire outbreaks in the country.

He stated that fighting fire outbreaks and protecting life and property is a shared responsibility. He said, “The public must endeavour to be fire-safety conscious at all times.”

Ankrah made the call when he led personnel of the GNFS in the region on a fire safety walk through the principal streets of Tamale as part of preparations towards this year’s International Fire Fighters’ Day.

They carried placards with various inscriptions including “Switch off and unplug all electrical appliances when not in use”, “Keep your gas cylinders outside the kitchen preferably in an open area” and “Do not overload your electrical sockets.”

The fire safety walk was aimed at sensitising residents to adhere to fire safety tips and regulations to reduce cases of fire outbreaks in the region.

Ankrah said, as part of activities to commemorate this year’s International Fire Fighters’ Day, the GNFS is embarking on a series of sensitisation campaigns including sporting activities, donation to Tamale Children’s Home and the commissioning of the Saboba Fire Service Station.

 

 

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