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Teshie Greda Police Station finally gets new LED signage board from Top Survey Consult Ltd

Teshie Police Station has received a new LED signage board from Top Survey Consult Ltd.

Teshie Police Station gets LED signage board from Top Survry consult

The Police Estate Station in the Greda Estate community has almost been invisible to new people in the neighbourhood as its signage board which is to direct people to its location, has rusted with its texts worn out.

However, once in a while a new text is painted on the rusted signage board, a sight that Top Survey Consult believes it is not befitting for the station that has been helpful to the community.

Out of goodwill, the real estate agency with a team of Architects and surveyors with high qualifications that have chalked success in solving any land-related issues, be it acquisition, registration or development, has donated a new LED signage board to the Teshie Greda Estate police station.

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"We want to take the opportunity to thank Top Survey Consult Ltd, we appreciate what you have done for us," the District Head DSP Ransford Nsiah said at the unveiling of the newly mounted signage board.

Speaking about its 3D and LED design that sees it glow in the night, he added that "at least when you are driving and your eyes can not even see well, now you can see that Greda Estate Police station is located around here".

"We are there serving 24/7, and we hope that with this, we perform to the satisfaction of the community," he concluded at the unveiling which was attended by some other high-rank officers and staff from Top Survey Consult Ltd.

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Detailing what motivated the Top Survey Consult Ltd to pursue this corporate social responsibility, the Managing Director, Mr Dake Stephen, who was also present at the unveiling said "with our kind of work and as a law-abiding firm, we rely often on the police service in any lawless situation that occurs in the course of our work of ensuring clients access their acquired properties".

"As such, the police are our friend and we can only support and empower them to keep peace in the community to live happily. This is just a token from us to say we appreciate their work," he concluded.

Watch the video below for an excerpt from the unveiling.

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